Two more acts have been announced for this year’s Mouth of the Tyne festival.
The North East’s own Bryan Ferry CBE and Brit Award winner Will Young will take to the stage this summer when the shows return to the Tynemouth Priory July 7-10. Ferry, who was born in Washington and whose hits include Love Is The Drug and Let’s Stick Together, will perform on the Thursday whilst Young, will be performing songs old and new, including tracks from his latest number one album 85% Proof, the following night. The festival is shaping up to be all about the boys. The singers will join already-announced James Bay, who performs Saturday 9 July. The Grammy nominee’s Hold Back The River is certified platinum and debut album Chaos And The Calm won him the Critic’s Choice Brit Award in 2014.
Mouth of the Tyne is organised by North Tyneside Council and supported by Tyne Met College, Kier North Tyneside and Port of Tyne.
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