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ALIVE! We were very pleased and honoured to been asked to appear at the International Pop Overthrow festival in Liverpool this month. we playied two half-hour sets: the first at 3.30pm on Saturday May 16th at the Cavern Club, the second at 5.30pm at the Cavern Pub the following day.
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We took part in BBC Music at the Quay in Glasgow this month,as part of BBC Music Day. We played four songs on the Morton Through Midnight radio show on Friday 5th June, on a bill with Donovan, Justin Currie, James Grant & Chris Thomson (Bathers/Friends Again), Stephanie Urbina Jones and John Cooper Clarke - illustrious company, to say the least
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The Supernaturals were delighted to play Stonehaven's OAITS Hogmanay show 2015. A big thank you to the organisers for putting on a fantastic show.
In 1991 The Supernaturals started recording and touring extensively around Scotland. The band released 4 mini albums on their own label and in 1995 were signed to EMI/Food. The top ten album, “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” was released in 1997 and “A Tune a Day” in 1998. Several successful singles followed, amongst which, were the Ivor Novello nominated “Smile” and “I Wasn’t Built To Get Up”. In subsequent years both songs have taken on a life of their own having been used in adverts around the world. Rod Stewart covered the band’s unreleased song “Dylan’s Day Off” in 1997.
Loopallu festival 2015 on 25th Sep 2015
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