POP Icons Wet Wet Wet will put on a special performance online for fans this month.

The Clydebank group, fronted by singer Kevin Simm, is set to stream The Journey Out of Lockdown which will go live at 7.30 pm on Saturday, April 17 in association with the charity Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy.

Kevin said: “It’s great just to be able to perform live again even without an audience present - although we would all hugely prefer to see the faces of our fans 2rather than just video cameras in front of us.

Enjoy the stream and we’re very much hoping that the journey out of lockdown continues so we can see everybody on the road again really soon”.

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Wet Wet Wet was first propelled into the spotlight after forming in the early 80s. The band is best know for their 1994 cover of The Troggs’ 1960s hit Love is All Around.

The group also had hits with Wishing I Was Lucky, Sweet Little Mystery, Angel Eyes, and Goodnight Girl.

Wet Wet Wet also features Tommy Cunningham, Neil Mitchell and Graeme Clark.

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Tommy said: "For live musicians, COVID-19 has all but kidnapped and darkened our stages for the past year. You never realise how much you miss something until it’s not there. When the opportunity arose for Wet Wet Wet to do our only live show in lockdown, it was poignant that it was in tandem with the charity Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy. Doing the job we all love whilst trying to shine some light on them has always been important to us."

For tickets, visit https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/wet-wet-wet-tickets/artist/750126