TICKETS for the second Ernie Haase and Signature Sound concert within 16 months are to go on sale from the Shetland Box Office on Monday.
The internationally acclaimed performers return to the Lerwick’s Clickimin Centre as part of a UK wide tour in May 2012.
The group played in front of a full house at Clickimin in February this year.
On the 16 May next year they will perform their new project, appropriately named “Here we are again”.
Their energetic vocal harmonies of band members Ernie Haase (tenor), Devin McGlamery (lead), Ian Owens (bass) and Doug Anderson (baritone) impressed during their first Shetland concert.
The band played many of the southern gospel hits, with an impromptu performance of Elvis Presley’s “I can’t stop falling in love with you” thrown in for good measure. All of which was met by rapturous applause from the full house in the Clickimin.
EH&SS promoter and agent Trevor King said:“The Shetland gig was a great experience for us last year, the production staff, sound and lighting, the quality of the venue, and most importantly the audience appreciation were all outstanding.
“We are delighted to be making a return to Shetland in 2012.”
Tickets for the concert are priced at £20 for adults, £15 for Concessions and £10 for Children aged 16 and under. They are available from Shetland Box Office at the Islesburgh Community Centre or online at www.shetlandboxoffice.org
For more information on the Lerwick concert log on to: www.ehss-shetland.com
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