Cast are a British Britpop band from Liverpool, consisting of original member and frontman John Power, and longtime guitarist Liam ‘Skin’ Tyson, alongside bass player Jay Lewis, and drummer Keith O’Neill.
Formed in 1992, the group signed a deal with Polydor Records and put out their debut album, ‘All Change’, in 1995, which went on to become the label’s highest-selling, securing a platinum certification. The band went on to release three more albums; ‘Mother Nature Calls’ and ‘Magic Hour’, which both charted in the Top 10,and their fourth, ‘Beetroot’, before the band split in 2001. After returning in 2010 for a new UK tour, the band put out their fifth album, ‘Troubled Times’, in 2012. The band are expected to release their latest album, 'Kicking Up The Dust', in October 2016.
Cast have announced winter UK and Ireland shows in support of their new album, 'Kicking Up The Dust'. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Liverpool Royal Liverpool philharmonic Hall. on February 27 2016
At the Royal Philharmonic in Liverpool. Absolutely amazing. John powers vocals with the Orchestra as a back drop. The crowd blew the roof off in recognition of the sheer talent of the fab four. The bass of Jay, the amazing guitar skills of skin especially in history. And the sensational drumming solo in the finale by Keith which was even joined back on stage by Jp and greeted with a round of applause by him. This was the second of a sell out show and I felt honoured to be at this one. The stranger next to me put her arms around me in appreciation and joy as 'Alright ' saw the audience arise again. A new song was tested out too, name unknown 'What you do to me?'. Sounded fantastic. Cannot talk highly enough of this band.