The Wonder Stuff's legendary frontman, Miles Hunt, has lined up four successive weekend live performances to see in 2021.
Taking place on each Saturday during January, the streamed shows are entitled At Home With The Custodian and feature a unique live solo set followed by 30 minute Q&A - for £15 per show.
Fans can also buy a pass for all four online performances for £50 (which also includes an audio file or each show) or £60 (which includes both audio and video of each appearance).
The title refers to Miles' two solo albums, The Custodian and The Custodian 2. The first was originally released in 2018, with the second arriving during lockdown.
Like its predecessor, The Custodian 2 finds Miles performing songs from across his lengthy career, including reinterpretations of tracks originally recorded for The Wonder Stuff, Vent 414, solo, and with Erica Nockalls.
Among them are 'A Wish Away', 'It's Yer Money I'm After', 'Baby, Who Wants To Be The Disco King?' and 'Welcome To The Cheap Seats'.
Miles Hunt plays 4 x streamed high quality shows from Mockingbird Studios in Stourbridge on January 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th, 2021.
The Wonder Stuff first came to prominence during the mid/late-1980s. Hailing from Stourbridge, in The Black Country, they were part of a wave of bands from the area that also included Ned's Atomic Dustbin and Pop Will Eat Itself (aka PWEI).
The Stuffies' released four albums, and scored a dozen Top 40 hit singles (including chart-topper Dizzy) before splitting in 1994.
The band reformed in 2000, and have continued to record and tour, with Miles now the sole remaining original member.
Miles Hunt: At Home With The Custodian takes place on Saturday 9, 16, 23 and 30 January 2021, from 8pm (UK time), with each 90 minute performance - streaming from Mockingbird Studios in Stourbridge.
Each setlist promises to be unique with fans also able to suggest some of the tracks Miles will play. For more details and to book, visit smarturl.it/MilesHunt