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- Posted:Thursday, October 28, 2010
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Music fans should be sure to snap up some cheap Edinburgh hostels to ensure they can get along to this special night, which is guaranteed to be filled with some popular hits of the past few decades.
Arguably the biggest name of the trio, Lulu has graced the music industry for as many years as other hit artists like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Rod Stewart.
Born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie, the Glaswegian first caught the hearts of the nation with her booming lyrical prowess in the hit single Shout, which was released in 1964 and was a superb cover of the Isley Brother's 1959 version.
Five years later, she would transfer her name across the world when she became the joint winner of the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest, when representing the United Kingdom, with her catchy track Boom-bang-a-bang. The track went on to become the greatest success for Lulu in the UK charts as well, peaking at number two.
Anastacia, whose full name is Anastacia Lyn Newkirk, would get her first big break when she made it to the final of a talent contest for MTV in 1999.
Since then, she has had a number of highly-regarded album releases, as well as a number of memorable hits – with I'm Outta Love possibly one of her greatest singles to date.
Fans who manage to get to the gig after booking up a room in a cheap hostel in Edinburgh will be treated to the soul sounds exhumed from Heather Small, who is a former member of the well-received band M People. She will be making her debut to the sisterhood of Here Comes The Girls on this year's tour.
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