BOY Band Damage have grown up since bursting onto the music scene at the end of the 90s.
Now they’re back doing what they do best and thanks to the Shaw and Crompton Correspondent, one reader and a guest can see them live next month.
We have teamed up with MP Promotions to offer a pair of tickets to Damage’s show at Manchester’s Club Academy on Saturday, March 24.
To win, enter the competition below and you could be on the way to watch Damage roll back the years with their distinctive R and B.
Damage emerged onto the British music scene in 1997 with their debut album ‘Forever’ and became recognised following hits such as Love 2 Love, Love Guaranteed, Forever and a cover of Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight.
The album topped charts in Europe, Asia and Australia followed by extensive touring while breaking critical boundaries internationally with British RnB.
Damage followed with their debut album ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ delivering the hits Ghetto Romance, Still Be Loving You, Rumours, and a cover of Earth Wind and Fire’s hit, After the Love Has Gone.
Following a 10-year break from releasing music, in 2014 British RnB band Damage returned to the UK’s screen appearing on ITV2’s “The Big Reunion” and embarking on an extensive arena tour across the UK.
They then returned to touring in 2015 with their ‘Ghetto Romance Tour’ delivering music from both albums with ground-breaking lighting and sound production which excited audiences across the UK.
Since 2015, Damage have performed to over 100,000 people – evidence that they are still a band with significant followers globally.
To have a chance to win tickets to the concert at Manchester’s Club Academy on Saturday, March 24, answer the following question:
Band member Jade Jones is the long-time partner of a Spice Girl:
A: Victoria Beckham
B: Emma Bunton
C: Geri Halliwell
Send your answers by email to: email@example.com or write to: Trevor Baxter c/o Shaw and Crompton Correspondent, Units 3-4, 45 High Street, Uppermill, Oldham, OL3 6HS.
The closing date is Friday, March 16, 2018.