2000 - An evening with Ricky Ross

Billed as the voice and soul of Deacon Blue with his band in concert. The band included Mick Slaven, Ewen Vernal and Jim Gash (former drummer with the Pearlfishers). 2000 Tour Flyer
March 2 - Liverpool Philharmonic Hall More
March 3 - London, Shepherd's Bush Empire More
March 4 - Macclesfield, Bar Cuba More
March 5 - Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre More

A requests page was available for this tour.


December 17 - Edinburgh Angel Eye, Princes Street Gardens More

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Liverpool Philharmonic Hall - March 2nd 2000

Support act for the tour was Carina Round

Threatening Rain
The Undeveloped Heart
Away
Icarus
London Comes Alive
Blue Horse
Rosie Gordon Lies So Still
When Sinners Fall
The Further North You Go
Ash Wednesday
Wages Day
Dignity
Bethlehem's Gate
Cold Easter
What You Are
This Is The Life
A Love Like Yours (Phil Spector Song)
Good Evening Philadelphia
Love And Regret

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London Shepherds Bush Empire - March 3rd 2000

Threatening Rain
The Undeveloped Heart
Away
Icarus
London Comes Alive
Blue Horse
Rosie Gordon Lies So Still
When Sinners Fall
The Further North You Go
Ash Wednesday
James Joyce Soles
Dignity
Bethlehem's Gate
Cold Easter
What You Are
This Is The Life
A Love Like Yours
Good Evening Philadelphia
Love And Regret

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Macclesfield Bar Cuba - March 4th 2000

Threatening Rain
The Undeveloped Heart
Away
Icarus
London Comes Alive
Blue Horse
Rosie Gordon Lies So Still
When Sinners Fall
The Further North You Go
Ash Wednesday
Circus Lights
Dignity
Bethlehem's Gate
Cold Easter
What You Are
This Is The Life
Don't Cry No Tears (Neil Young cover)
Good Evening Philadelphia
When Will You...

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Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre - March 5th 2000

Threatening Rain
The Undeveloped Heart
Away
Icarus
London Comes Alive
Blue Horse
Rosie Gordon Lies So Still
When Sinners Fall
The Further North You Go
Ash Wednesday
Wages Day
Dignity
Bethlehem's Gate
Cold Easter
What You Are
This Is The Life
A Love Like Yours
Good Evening Philadelphia
When Will You...

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Edinburgh Angel Eye - December 17th 2000

Joining Ricky on stage for this one-off show were songwriting collaborators Mick Slaven (guitar) and Davie Scott (guitar, piano, vocals). The gig was being performed in a small marquee, which held about 300 people.

During the gig Ricky revealed the name of the Deacon Blue album - Homesick.

Circus Lights
Wages Day
Love Isn't Hard It's Strong
Every Time You Sleep
Jack Singer
Rodeo Boy
Northern Soul
Good Evening Philadelphia
Icarus
Your Town
The Further North You Go
Chocolate Girl
Homesick
Starring Love
London Comes Alive
Cold Easter
What You Are
Every Night - McCartney Cover
When Will You....
My Own Lone Ranger

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