Then Jericho singer Mark Shaw has revealed he wants to duet with Belinda Carlisle on the band's upcoming 'Reprise Tour'.
Then Jerico hope to duet with Belinda Carlisle on their upcoming 'Reprise Tour'.
The rock quartet recorded their 1989 hit 'What Does It Take' with the 54-year-old singer and they hope they can convince Belinda to join them on stage at their London show to perform the song live for the very first time.
Lead singer of Then Jerico Mark Shaw exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''We had a chat about it and said it would be great to do it live cause we've never done it. So if she's around in May then I'm hoping that she might come down to maybe the Clapham show. That would be a great one to see her at because she's an amazing singer and quite underestimated I think ...and she still looks amazing!''
Belinda could also join Then Jericho on stage when both acts play the 'Rewind Festival' in August.
The group will be playing concerts across the UK in May and fans can expect to hear hits such as 'Muscle Deep', 'The Motive'
and 'Sugar Box' from their Gold-selling albums 'First (The Sound of Music)' and 'The Big Area'.
Mark can't wait to hit the road with drummer Steve Wren, guitarist Rob Downes, bassist Jasper Stainthorpe and guitarist Scott Taylor and play for their fans.
Mark said: ''May is extremely important for us because it's one of those times where because we don't get the chance to be together very often, it's really special when we do get together.''
Then Jerico Reprise tour commences on May 7, 2013 in Aberdeen and culminates with a show at London's Clapham Grand on May 24. Tickets are on sale at www.eventim.co.uk
Then Jerico 'Reprise Tour' UK Dates:
7th - Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree
8th - Edinburgh, Bongo Club
10th - Glasgow, ABC2
11th - Newcastle, Academy 2
13th - Manchester, Academy 3
14th - Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
16th - Norwich, The Waterfront
17th - Wolverhampton, The Slade Rooms
18th - Hull, The Welly
20th - Cardiff, The Globe
21st - Brighton, Concorde 2
22nd - Southampton, The Brook
24th - London, Clapham Grand
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