2020 Tour Book

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A tour book like no other! This is a deluxe 48 page must-have full history of the 40 years of Simple Minds, containing many fantastic and rarely-seen photos from the early years and throughout their career. Also includes exclusive new band shots, as well as the band’s story by journalist Adrian Thrills and a personal introduction by journalist and friend of the band, Billy Sloan.

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Every tour book now comes with a complimentary set of two glossy stickers in silver and gold (stickers can also be purchased here)

Size - silver 175 mm x 140 mm, gold 175 mm x 117 mm

 

  • $19.59
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    150 g
  • SKU
    100318
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  • Larelle Read
    Mar 6, 2020, 19:39
    The best tour program the band has produced to date! The design by Stuart Crouch is beautifully laid out. The badge heart on the cover is becoming a really iconic updated logo for the band. The photos within from photographers like Laurie Evans, Richard Coward, Virginia Turbett, Sheila Rock and Guido Harari (to name a few) - as well as the new band photos by Dean Chalkley are absolutely stunning.
    With a foreword from Billy Sloan that begins “I couldn’t take my eyes off them.” (Nor could many of us fans the first time we saw them, I am sure!) and a band history profile by Adrian Thrills, it really is a must for any Simple Minds fan.
    It is a visual treat and informative piece for either the new fan who wants to read up on the history of the band, or the fan that has been on the journey along the way wanting to reminisce through the band’s incredible 40+ year story.
    A stunning souvenir to have. I highly recommend it.

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