Following their sold-out show in 3Olympia Theatre earlier this year, Scottish alternative rock band Texas have announced details of an Irish outdoor show as part of the Trinity Summer Series on Monday 26 June 2023.
Inspired by the Wim Wenders classic , ‘Paris, Texas’ , the band were formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1987 by singer Sharleen Spiteri and bassist Johnny McElhone and had a global hit with their debut single, “ I Don’t Want A Lover’ in 1989, drawn from the critically acclaimed record, ‘Southside’ .
In 1997, the band released “White on Blonde” which spawned the massive hits “Halo”, “Black Eyed Boy” and “Say What You Want” which they also memorably did a version of with Method Man from the Wu Tang Clan. In the following year, “The Hush” was released which featured the well renowned tracks “In Our Lifetime” and “Summer Son”. Thereafter, The Greatest Hits was released in 2000 which is where you can find the famous tracks “In Demand” and “Inner Smile”. In the decade that followed, the band released two more albums – including the top three hit Sleep which featured Paul Buchanan and Peter Kay – before coming back in 2012 with “The Conversation”. The lead track of the same name was a massive success around Europe.