Highly-regarded group Ernie Haase and Signature Sound to return next year

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Internationally-acclaimed performers Ernie Haase and Signature Sound are returning to Shetland as part of a UK-wide tour in May 2012.

The group, which played in front of a full house at Clickimin in February this year, is said to be “delighted” to be returning to the isles after such a positive first experience.

Ernie Haase and Signature Sound will perform their new project, appropriately named “Here we are again”, in a year which will see them perform over 200 live shows, including over 30 international dates.

The Shetland gig will be backed by a team of quality musicians to perform for one night only at Clickimin to what is expected to be a packed audience.
The group comprises four male vocalists, each performing a unique vocal harmony. The members are Ernie Haase (tenor), Devin McGlamery (lead), Ian Owens (bass) and Doug Anderson (baritone).

Promoter and agent Trevor King said it was expected that the appetite for country and southern gospel music at events such as the Thomas Fraser Festival and the Shetland Folk Festival would be replicated next May at a showcase of energetic southern gospel entertainment.

Mr King said: “Ernie Haase and Signature Sound do not need to be oversold, their quality performances and global success to date speaks for itself. The Shetland gig was a great experience for us last year, the production staff, sound and lighting, the quality of the venue, and most importantly the audience appreciation were all outstanding. We are delighted to be making a return.”

Tickets for the concert are available from Shetland Box Office from Monday 5th December, priced at £20 for adults, £15 for concessions and £10 for children aged 16 and under.

For more information visit www.ehss-shetland.com or email ehss.shetland@gmail.com


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