40 years ago (4 April 1981) Bucks Fizz won The Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin with “Making Your Mind Up”, with the song then going on to reach number 1 in the charts
To celebrate they are touring an “Up Close & Personal” show where they talk about their long career and perform their many hit songs.
Between 1981 and 1988, Bucks Fizz sold 9 million singles and spent 150 weeks in the UK charts. The band notched up 11 top 20 hits which included 7 top 10 singles, such as If You Can’t Stand The Heat, New Beginning and Now Those Days Are Gone. They topped the charts three times, with The Land Of Make Believe, My Camera Never Lies and, of course, the Eurovision winning song, Making Your Mind Up.
With more than 9 albums to their credit and chart and touring success all over the world, Bucks Fizz is one of the most popular groups from the 80s. A favourite with the royals, they performed for the late Princess Diana, Prince Edward, Princess Anne and the late Queen Mother.
Now known as The Fizz, Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan and Jay Aston, three of the original members of Bucks Fizz, perform all the hits, including the multi-million selling single ‘Making Your Mind Up’, with the original routines and harmonies they were famous for.
Bucks Fizz hits include:
Making Your Mind Up (No. 1 in 9 countries), Piece Of The Action (No. 12), One Of Those Nights (No. 20), Land Of Make Believe (No. 1), My Camera Never Lies (No. 1), If You Can’t Stand The Heat (No. 8(, Now Those Days Are Gone (No. 8), When We Were Young (No. 10), Run For Your Life (No. 14), Talking In Your Sleep (No. 15), New Beginning (No. 8)
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