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New Live Dates

26th August  - Leeds  - Jumping Jacks with Howard Jones
27th August  - Swansea  - Jumping Jacks with Then Jerrico
12th Sept - Chicago Rock Cafe Northants
28th Sep Milton Keynes Sanctuary with ABC / Katrina

Michael Nelson
Stephen Budd Management
16th August 2002

Older News

Heaven 17 start mixing 8 tracks of their brand new album on Sept 17th - the rest will be finished by late October.

Have performed 3 new tracks several times - all to excellent reactions.

Upcoming arena tour in UK in November with Kim Wilde, Paul Young, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Go West, T'Pau etc. - possible european dates.

Probable tour for h17 headlining in UK in spring 2002

Martyn just performed new works written by Vince Clarke and Martyn in 3d surround sound format (including ambient versions of Erasure songs) live with Andy Bell and Vince at a huge Sony Playstation 2 party at the Royal Arsenal in London - will release the new material in 2002.

Martyn and Vince have formed new company called Illustrious Co. Ltd. to create new works in conjunction with artists and their installations/exhibitions in 3D surround sound.

Glenn is working hard on music for various TV shows.


Martyn Ware on behalf of Heaven 17
5th Sept 2001

Heaven 17 Live 
May take a while to download - tell me if it takes too long!

Thanks to Volker Büttner
for the info and pictures.


Insight from an interview with Glenn Gregory

"Yes, there will certainly be another Heaven 17 album.
We are at the moment about a third of the way through writing it."

"I don't like coffee, ...."

"One day there will be a Glenn Gregory album."

"The last record I bought was Bjork's new album, Homogenic.
The first record I will admit to buying was Roxy Music's Virginia Palin."

"I would be happy loving all three of them at once."

To find out who the lucky three are, or who he'd like to have his cup of tea with, along with many other interesting facts about the tallest member of Heaven 17:


This interview is in #6 released January 1998.
Also interviews with Martin Fry, Ric Ocasek and Mike Score.
And loads more - a must for anyone into good '80's music.

Tueday 26 August 1997