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Happy Mondays to reform for tour

Published 31/01/2012 | 05:00

Happy Mondays broke up nearly 20 years ago
Happy Mondays broke up nearly 20 years ago

British band Happy Mondays will reform for a month-long tour in May, singer Rowetta Satchell confirmed yesterday.

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The group broke up nearly 20 years ago and have been back in various incarnations since then. But the 2012 reunion has been billed as the first time the main line-up will share the stage since 1992.

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