80s Pop Star Paul Young is coming to Brighton
Singer-songwriter Paul Young is coming back to Brighton at the end of this month to celebrate the 35th anniversary of his first album, No Parlez.
The English musician will be performing on the 28th of April at the Theatre Royal, where his fans will be able to hear him performing some of his biggest hits.
Paul Young first started his career as the front man of bands Kat Kool & the Kool Kats, Streetbands and Q-Tips. He then left the bands to perform as a solo artist, and in 1983 he released his first album, No Parlez.
The album quickly reached the number one spot in the UK charts, remaining there for five consecutive weeks. His first #1 UK song, a cover of Marvin Gaye’s Wherever I Lay My Hat, is also from this album.
Since then, the singer won a Brit Award for Best Male Vocalist, sang the opening lines on the original Band Aid single Feed the World, and performed at Live Aid in 1984.
The musician still enjoys touring and performing his biggest hits on stage. He is also a big fan of all things Mexicana, and you can find him performing with his Tex Mex/Americana band Los Pacaminos.