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Deacon Blue is to headline the Hebridean Celtic Festival next year as part of a tour to mark their 30-year career.


The band, known for a string of songs including Real Gone Kid, Dignity, Wages Day and Fergus Sings the Blues in the 1980s, have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years.


They will include perform on the Saturday night headline spot on the main stage in July.


The band said: “We’re really looking forward to getting Deacon Blue to the Outer Hebrides.


“People have been asking us for a long time and it’s great we can finally make it happen in 2018.


“We’ve heard great things about HebCelt and we look forward to joining you all there.”


Deacon Blue were formed in 1985 and released their million-selling debut album, ‘Raintown’ in 1987.



Deacon Blue to headline Hebridean Celtic Festival


7 December 2017