Producers UK tour is (yet another) hit

A ‘supergroup’ featuring three of the UK’s most successful music producers continues its ‘UK tour.’
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A ‘supergroup’ featuring three of the UK’s most successful music producers continues its ‘UK tour’ this week.

Lol Creme, Stephen Lipson and Trevor Horn joined forces with leading drummer Ash Soan to form ‘Producers’, and have been giving a series of live performances and interactive sessions to universities and colleges around the country. Between them, the band members have worked on over 200 hit singles and albums over 40 years.
On Monday, Solent University students Gracie Hancock and Dawn Corney (pictured here with Producers) were granted the opportunity to sing Video Killed the Radio Star with the band, as recognition for their extensive community music work in the Hampshire area. Paul Rutter, programme group leader for Popular Music at Solent University said: "The event was a huge success for us due to the professionalism of the work carried out by our very own students – in support of Producers truly amazing concert at Solent University". Producers continue their tour at South Birmingham College on Tuesday 6 March, College of Music in Leeds on 7 March and Buckinghamshire New University, High Wycombe on 8 March. For more information on the tour, please see PSNE’s original story here. Producers will release an album, Made in Basing Street, later in the year.

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