More than 30 years after they began to inspire generations with their irresistible soul, Simply Red are back with a tour that includes all the hits. Redhead Mick Hucknall feels a great desire to perform live again and has a new studio album with Blue Eyed Sould in his luggage. "I want to have a good time with my fans?" he announces. Simply Red will present their perfect mix of soul, funk and reggae as well as the concentrated Greatest Hits from 29 October to 18 November 2020 in Germany and Switzerland. Hamburg, Hannover, Leipzig, Berlin, Dortmund, Cologne, Frankfurt, Mannheim, Munich, Zurich and Stuttgart are the stations of the Soul-Express. Their music was always characterized by an impressive, timeless quality, which brought the band a variety of Top 20 hits worldwide in the eighties, nineties and after 2000. Together with his longtime companions and co-songwriter Ian Kirkham on saxophone, guitarist Kenji Suziku, bassist Steve Lewinson and trumpeter Kevin Robinson as well as other comrades, Simply Red will go on tour again after four years. They want to give their loyal followers exactly what they are always eagerly waiting for: the power of ? Blue-Eyed Soul?. Simply Red, with their rousing mix of soul and pop, as elegant as they are sensitive, have provided an emotional soundtrack of their time. Their more than 100 singles and album charters reached a total circulation of more than 60 million. Dozens of gold and platinum awards mark her amazing career. In over 1,500 concerts, 12 million fans cheered on brilliant performances. Their debut album? Picture Book? and the single ? Moneys Too Tight (To Mention)? Made its breakthrough in 1985 with an R&B groove. The million-seller ? Men And Women? (1987) drifted perfectly towards the funk and the overwhelming world successes ? A New Flame? (1989) and ? Stars? (1991) found an exact balance between the genres. Also called Simply Red with the global No. 1 hit ? Fairground? and the album ? Life? In 1995, they provided references to Modern Dance Music, but they remained true to their unmistakable sound. With? Blue? (1998), ? Love In The Russian Winter? (1999), ? Home? (2003) and ? Simplified? (2005) Simply Red continued the tradition of the previous CDs, continued success with success, up to the tenth studio album ? Stay? (2007). Mick Hucknall proved his special flair for soul classics and his unique vocal quality time and again. For example, he provided remarkable interpretations such as ? You Make Me Feel Brand New? And? If You Dont Know Me By Now? as well as his homage to the influential Bobby ? Blue? Bland or his American Soul Album. Again and again Mick Hucknall and Simply Red achieve the perfect fusion of soul and pop, whereby the studio sound was brought authentically over the ramp. Rarely has a British singer approached the technique and resonance of American soul stars as much as Hucknall seems to effortlessly manage. His songs ? Holding Back The Years?, ? The Right Thing?, ? A New Flame?, ? Stars? Or? Youve Got It? are highlights of a truly extraordinary career.