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Hey! Hello! are a last minute addition to the Hard Rock Hell bill, appearing on Sat 12th November
Along with Ginger Wildheart, Hey! Hello! quickly step into the breach following the surprise withdrawal of Glenn Hughes.
Hey! Hello! are due to play at 17.20pm and the Ginger Wildheart Band at 20.45pm.
Hard Rock Hell organisers explained on the event’s official Facebook page: “[There’s] not much we can do when someone pulls their whole European tour … what’s the solution… simple, up the game, so we are pleased to announce that Ginger Wildheart has stepped in at the last minute and will be replacing Glenn Hughes. As an extra, Ginger will also perform an HRH showcase of his new band, Hey! Hello!, over and above the later Ginger Wildheart slot.”
The Hard Rock Hell spokesperson added: “We love Glenn, but at such short notice, we feel Ginger’s last minute contribution will only bump up HRH X to another level.”
Hey! Hello! are seeking a new front-woman – are you the chosen one?
If you are aged between 20-35, live permanently in the UK, and think you have the skills, talent and commitment to take on this role, please get in touch with us now by emailing HeyHelloToo@gmail.com with your name, location, and links to any demos, recording and social media links that you think would help your application!
Auditions begin in May 2016, so let us know quickly!
It is with regret that Hey! Hello! have to announce the cancellation of their upcoming April UK tour. The shows have been postponed due to singer Hollis deciding to leave the band on the eve of the tour. Full ticket refunds will be available at point of purchase.
Hey! Hello! offer their sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused to anyone who was intending to travel to these shows and the band’s official statement reads:
“We are bitterly sorry to see our singer leave the band at this point, but we respect her decision and wish her nothing but good luck in the future.
Right now, our main concern is finding a new front person – male or female – to lead our band to world domination. If you have the star quality that Hey! Hello! needs then get in touch at email@example.com
The world is waiting for you.”
Hey! Hello! also unveil the video for their new single, the adrenaline thrill ride Let’s Get Emotional.
Hey! Hello!’s new single Automatic Love is out now, from the forthcoming album ‘Hey! Hello! Too!’, a pure unadulterated volume driven rock ’n’ roll anthem
“The video is a deliberately stark introduction of the new line up, complete with new vocalist Hollis. We didn’t want anything flash, and preferred to let the music be the main focus.
It’s raw, it’s loud and sounds like the weekend. This is the sound of partying, sex, trouble, fun, hangovers and extreme behaviour of all persuasions, take from that what you will.
We’re bringing rock n roll back in 2016, and you better believe we mean that 100%.”
New and rescheduled Hey! Hello! UK tour dates for April 2016.
15/04/16, Wolves – Slade Rooms
16/04/16, Stockton – Georgian Theatre
17/04/16, Manchester – Academy 3
18/04/16, Newcastle – Academy 2
20/04/16, Glasgow – Cathouse
21/04/16, Edinburgh – Electric Circus
22/04/16, York – Fibbers
23/04/16, Stoke – Sugarmill
24/04/16, Sheffield – Corporation
26/04/16, Bristol – Fleece
27/04/16, Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
28/04/16, Southampton – Joiners
The Hey! Hello! tour is preceded by the rescheduled birthday show, now the Ginger Wildheart Show, at the O2 Forum in London on 1st April.
It is with regret that Hey! Hello! have to announce the postponement of the upcoming Hey! Hello! UK tour, and Ginger Wildheart’s birthday show on December 17th.
The shows have been postponed due to Ginger being clinically diagnosed with acute depression and the shows are currently being rescheduled for 2016.
The band offer their “sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused to anyone who was intending to travel to these December shows.” and Ginger’s official statement reads…
‘Gutted to have to postpone the Hey! Hello! tour, but the band have been super supportive and I’m very proud to part of this beautiful bunch.
I’m gutted to miss seeing Dirt Box Disco play too, as they’ve recently become my favourite band and I hope they’ll join us for the rescheduled dates in 2016.
But mostly I’ve been blown away by the fans response. I’m very lucky to have such supportive people in my life. Thank you for being so kind with your concern.
We’ll get this beat, and I’ll see you next year when I feel better.
Have a cool yule, y’all.
The postponed London show at the O2 Forum on December 17th has been rescheduled as ‘The Ginger Wildheart Show’ at the same venue on April 1st 2016 and tickets are available from Ticketmaster.
Original tickets remain valid and transferable. Refunds are available from point of purchase if necessary.
The remaining postponed Hey! Hello! dates below are currently being rescheduled, and we will let you know when the new dates have been confirmed.
It is with regret that we have to announce the postponement of the upcoming Hey! Hello! tour in Italy and the UK, and Ginger’s birthday show on December 17th.
The shows are currently being rescheduled for 2016 and we’ll issue an official statement as soon as the new dates are confirmed.
We offer our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused to anyone who was intending to travel to these December shows.
The trailer has landed for brand new Hey! Hello! song Automatic Love.
Automatic Love is set to be the lead single for the recently recorded second Hey! Hello! album slated for release in 2016
Hey! Hello! are going global, playing Japanese shows with The Wildhearts, followed by an Italian and Austrian tour in advance of the UK headline tour.
Hey! Hello! will open the show for the Wildhearts with tickets available from 17th October from the following outlets: e+, Ticket Pia, Lawson Ticket
Tue 24th November – Tsutaya O-East, Shibuya, Tokyo
Wed 25th November – FANJ Twice, Shinsaibashi, Osaka
The band then hit Italy and Austria for four dates in early December with ticket links to be announced shortly
4th December Vercelli, Italy – Officine Sonore
5th December Pordenone, Italy – Rocktown
6th December Velden, Austria – Bluesiana
7th December Padova, Italy – Grindhouse
And the band complete their 2015 run of dates with the recently announced UK headline dates:
10th December, York, UK – Fibbers – Tickets
11th December, Stockton, UK – Georgian Theatre – Tickets
12th December, Sheffield, UK – Corporation – Tickets
13th December, Edinburgh, UK – Electric Circus – Tickets
14th December, Stoke, UK – Sugarmill – Tickets
17th December, London, UK – The Forum (Ginger’s Birthday Bash) – Tickets
Hey! Hello! will be opening the show for the The Wildhearts P.H.U.Q. album 20th anniversary tour.
The Hey! Hello! line-up will be Hollis Mahady, Ginger, Chris Catalyst (filling in for the Rev), Toshi and Ai.
Also supporting will be the recently reformed Baby Chaos
17th September – Nottingham Rock City
18th September – Manchester Academy
19th September – Newcastle O2 Academy
20th September – Glasgow O2 ABC
22nd September – Leeds O2 Academy
23rd September – Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
24th September – Bristol O2 Academy
25th September – London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire