The Clarity Alliance and The Chester Group, are very pleased to announce that Steve Hogarth, lead singer of Marillion, will be presenting an exclusive concert for attendees at the National Audio Show, Whittlebury Hall, on Saturday 20th September.
Entrance to this very special event will be available in conjunction with the purchase of tickets for the Audio Show. Tickets for the concert will not be available separately.
Â£30 Online Discount - Includes Show pass + Concert ticket
Â£40 General Admission (Pay on the Day, subject to availability - Includes Show pass + Concert ticket
Tickets must be redeemed during the show opening hours on Saturday 20th September (10am-6pm). Once you have exchanged your printed e-ticket you will be given a show weekend pass plus a ticket to the live evening concert.
Steve Hogarth was born in Kendal, Cumbria on 14 May 1959, at Helme Chase convent and maternity hospital - the son of a marine-engineer and a short-hand typist. While still very young his family moved to Doncaster, Yorkshire where he grew up. He never had formal music tuition but was fascinated by the songs on the radio. The Beatles, The Kinks and The Who lit a fire in him, like so many others.
He went on to college in Nottingham where he studied Electrical Engineering. After seeing Deep Purple at Sheffield City Hall, he decided engineering was not nearly enough fun and immediately began to teach himself the piano. Much later he played piano on The The's second album "Infected" after releasing 3 albums with 80's bands The Europeans and How We Live.
He has been the lead singer/lyricist with Marillion since 1989 and recorded and released 13 studio albums, along with an additional 2 or 3 solo and collaborative projects. It took him rather longer to become a rock n'roll star than he imagined, in fact he would argue it still hasn't happened. Thankfully.