The Pretenders live at The Deaf Institute, Manchester


Sun Feb 05 2023 at 07:00 pm


The Deaf Institute | Manchester, EN

Icons of the new wave and punk era, The Pretenders, will be playing a very intimate show in our music hall on Sunday 5th February 2023.
Tickets on sale from 10am Friday 16 December
I’ll Stand By You, Stop Your Sobbing, Brass in Pocket, Talk of the Town, Back on the Chain Gang, Time the Avenger, Middle of the Road, My City Was Gone and so many more. This band has hook after hook and hit after hit of amazing songs.
In October 2022, Chrissie Hynde embarked on a short tour playing working men’s clubs and ale houses. The tour was received with rapturous response and the shows were a very special opportunity to see a legend play new songs and personal favourites in exceptionally intimate settings.
She enjoyed it so much she’s doing it again this February… with these shows as part of Independent Venue Week.
“No hits,” she cautions of the shows “..well, maybe a few”.
Ohio born singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Chrissie Hynde formed The Pretenders in London in 1978, with Hereford natives, James Honeyman-Scott on guitar, Pete Farndon on bass, and drummer Martin Chambers.
Their debut album, released in January 1980, was the first UK number one album of the decade and garnered critical acclaim in Europe, The US, Australia and beyond.
The group’s personnel and dynamic has changed over the years, initially with the drug related deaths of Honeyman-Scott and Farndon in 1983. Hynde has remained a constant force as the band’s focal point, maintaining the original Pretenders unique guitar-based sound in the style of Honeyman-Scott.
She’s recorded 17 studio albums, primarily as Pretenders, and has guested with numerous other artists, including Frank Sinatra and Moreno Veloso.
The Pretenders latest album Hate for Sale, released July 2020, has ensured they continue to enjoy international airplay. They regularly tour the world to sold out venues.

Where is it happening?

The Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester, United Kingdom

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