En Vogue, pioneers of 90’s Girl Group R&B/Pop will cross-shores to play two shows this April, at London’s Koko and Manchester’s Academy 2.
Fusing style, sophistication, sass and sex appeal, En Vogue have sold over eight million albums to date, including numerous Top 20 US and UK singles and world tours.
Since their debut album, 1990’s smash hit ‘Born To Sing’, En Vogue have gone on to be recognised as having set a standard for female R&B and pop acts such as Destiny’s Child and The Pussycat Dolls.
Last year following the release the group played London’s Indigo At The O2, in a set The Guardian gave 5 stars, and heralded as ‘…a visceral thrill.’
Now Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron and Rhona Bennett will once again travel to the UK, bringing their classic hits ‘Hold On’, ‘My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonne Get It)’, ‘Giving Him Something He Can Feel’ and ‘Free Your Mind’ with them for two special shows in London and Manchester, preluding the forthcoming release of their new album Electric Café, due for release later this year