HUE and Cry will line up with their full band at Aberdeen's Lemon Tree on Tuesday, November 11, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their album Remote.
The evening will feature songs from the record, along with classics and fan favourites.
Pat and Greg Kane formed Hue and Cry in 1983, and the duo made a huge impact in the late 80s with the albums Seduced and Abandoned and Remote as well as with massive hit singles such as Labour of Love.
Albums such as Stars Crash Down and Jazz Not Jazz ensured Hue and Cry's continued triumph in the 1990s, while the release of the hugely applauded Open Soul in 2008 brought them firmly back into the limelight.
The release of their seasonal album Xmasday (2009) and live album Bitter Suite, Again (2010), preceded the release of Hot Wire (2012) which received rave reviews.
To date, Hue and Cry have sold in excess of two million records worldwide.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Remote, released to not only huge acclaim but to multi-platinum success, spawning the singles Ordinary Angel, Violently and Looking For Linda.
Hue and Cry recently released Remote: Major To Minor, a multi-media celebration of the album which comes as a limited edition 48-page book containing four discs, including a re-worked and re-imagined version of the original record.
Tickets for the concert are available online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone on 01224 641122 and at the Aberdeen Box Office outlets at the Music Hall and His Majesty's Theatre.