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News: Eurythmics Legend Dave Stewart Announces Eurythmics Songbook: Sweet Dreams 40th Anniversary UK and European Tour

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News: Eurythmics Legend Dave Stewart Announces Eurythmics Songbook: Sweet Dreams 40th Anniversary UK and European Tour

Dave Stewart, the award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, producer, innovator and Eurythmics co-founder, is set to captivate audiences across Europe once again as he announces “Eurythmics Songbook: Sweet Dreams 40th Anniversary Tour.” Featuring Dave alongside an all female band of virtuoso singers and musicians, the tour promises to take fans on a nostalgic and electrifying musical journey spanning four decades of the iconic musical partnership’s groundbreaking hits.

Celebrating a remarkable 40 years since the release of the timeless Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This), Eurythmics, known for their unique blend of synth-pop, new wave, soul and rock, have sold over 75 million albums worldwide since their 1980’s debut and have become enduring icons of popular music.

Following a highly acclaimed one-off Eurythmics Songbook show at London’s Royal Festival Hall in 2019 and with the blessing of musical partner Annie Lennox, who no longer tours, Stewart has decided to take the show on the road.

The duo, who still come together for one off performances, such as for their induction last year into the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, are delighted to be celebrating this landmark anniversary of Sweet Dreams and Stewart is relishing the chance to play a carefully curated selection of timeless hits from their extraordinary catalogue of songs, live on tour for the first time in over 20 years.

Full band line up is as follows:
Dave Stewart – guitars
Vanessa Amorosi – vocals
RAHH – vocals
Kaya Stewart – vocals
Hannah Koppenburg – keyboards
Indiara Sfair – harmonica & backing vocals
Julia Lamb – bass guitars & backing vocals
Ellie East – drums
Full European Tour Dates:
7th November – Baloise, Basel, Switzerland
10th November – Sunderland Empire, Sunderland UK
13th November – Salle Pleyel, Paris, France
14th November – La Madeleine, Brussels, Belgium
15th November – Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Dusseldorf, Germany
17th November – London Palladium, London, UK
25th November – Konzerthaus, Vienna, Austria
26th November – Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
27th November – Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany
28th November – Vredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands