Joining an already established band like Wet Wet Wet is no easy task – but singer Kevin Simm has taken it all in his stride.
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Aberdeen FC were Scottish champions, Back to the Future was the top-grossing film at the cinema, and the north-east’s very own Annie Lennox was top of the charts with There Must Be An Angel.
It's been almost 30 years since the first gig was held at the AECC.
Now is the chance to bag a ticket to see Wet Wet Wet perform at the new P&J Live venue.
Cast your mind back some 30 years to the spring of 1990.
Wet Wet Wet have announced a six date Scottish tour, which will kick off at P&J Live in Aberdeen.
‘The screams when Marti took his hair out of his ponytail’: Your memories of Wet Wet Wet and Runrig at Tarlair
P&J reporter David Proctor dived into our archives to produce a feature about the day Tarlair hosted two of the country's biggest bands.
A lot has happened to the Tarlair outdoor swimming pool in the nine decades since the then Macduff Burgh Council agreed to build it.
When Scottish band Wet Wet Wet opened the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre as the largest north-east music venue on March 4, 1990, it was an affair complete with the cutting of a red ribbon.
Wet Wet Wet will perform in Inverness in three weeks, bringing the band's Big Picture Tour to a close.
Whatever the weather holds, the outlook is sunny for the Highlands and islands this year, thanks to a host of top-class entertainment and events taking place, writes Susan Welsh
Those who thought they might never get the chance to see boy band Wet Wet Wet in the flesh can think again.
It’s sunshine all the way for Wet Wet Wet and west-end star Marti Pellow, writes Susan Welsh