Six months on from finishing the first leg, Woman to Woman returns to UK stages this June with an eagerly anticipated, second offering.
Beginning at the Buxton Opera House on June 2 and running through to Cardiff’s St David’s Hall three weeks later, the trio of Judie Tzuke, Beverley Craven and Julia Fordham will take on another, impressive, thirteen dates.
Internationally renowned in their own right, the trio combined to form the ultimate ‘girl band’ early last year, debuting on Graham Norton’s BBC Radio 2 show with the stunning single, ‘Safe.’
It was to be the beginning of something unique, something special, something perfect as the ladies continue to go from strength-to-strength as 2018 turned into 2019.
Speaking of last years’ first leg, Judie said: “It was such a brilliant experience.
“To perform with my new friends and be in a girl band was a lot of more fun than I could have imagined.
“There was something magical between us when we walked on stage which seemed to happen at every show.”
Meanwhile, looking ahead to the much anticipated second leg, Beverley said: “It will be pretty much the same show, with the odd tweak and a couple of new songs from the Woman to Woman album.
“I would love to have the artistic freedom to perform a completely different set and play more obscure songs, but our agent feels very strongly that not paying the songs we are known for would be a mistake.”
Tickets are on sale now for the Woman to Woman 2019 Tour from all venues, and the Woman to Woman website www.wtwlive.com/home