Posts Tagged ‘Lene Lovich’

Electric Ladies Tour: Final Date Tonight!

June 24th, 2022

Tonight is the final gig of the Electric Ladies Tour, taking place in Toyah’s home city, at Birmingham Town Hall. (Photo © Toyah Willcox)

Electric Ladies Tour: Line Up + Schedule Update

March 31st, 2022

In support of Hazel O’Connor, the Electric Ladies Tour will be going ahead with Toyah, Lene Lovich and Saffron of Republica.

Unfortunately, due to ongoing health issues, Hazel is unable to join the Electric Ladies Tour, but she will be very much with them in spirit.

Some of Hazel’s songs will be performed and a portion of the income from each show will going directly to Hazel to help towards her ongoing recovery.

All tickets remain valid.

Performing alongside their full band, each artist will perform their own set alongside some unique collaborations.

This hit-packed retro fest will include such classics as Thunder In The Mountains, Will You, Lucky Number, Ready To Go, Say When, Drop Dead Gorgeous and It’s A Mystery.

The Yarm, Lincoln, Exeter dates will no longer be taking place. Saffron will not be performing at Guilford, London & Milton Keynes, just Toyah & Lene Lovich.

• See all the dates and ticket links here.

Hazel O’Connor/Lene Lovich: UK Tours

February 23rd, 2013

Two of Toyah’s contemporaries are currently touring the UK; Hazel O’Connor and Lene Lovich, and this is the latter’s first tour here with a full band for around 20 years.

Lene is playing UK dates until May, with the first taking place in Leicester last weekend, and is also included in the Rebellion Festival line-up in August. There are also other European dates.

Hazel is on the road with the Breaking Glass Barefoot Tour, as well as a couple of other non-tour dates, through until June. Hazel will also be playing the Rebellion Festival.

‘Breaking Glass Barefoot’ is also the name of Hazel’s new autobiography, and Toyah receives a mention in the book.

• Visit the Official Lene Lovich website and the Official Hazel O’Connor website for more info on the tours. (Thanks to Stephen Bennett Troake)