Simply Red can absolutely speak of a storybook career, not only because she was anno 1985, released their debut album "Picture Book". The in Manchester, launched by the soul singer Mick Hucknall rotgelockten band that should owe their band name as well as the hair color of their frontman as his love for Manchester United, has achieved so pretty much anything can be achieved in popular music. Your soul songs are stressed to the "household name" become what one would expect of more than 30 UK Top 40 hits and more than 50 million albums sold worldwide. In 2010, Mick Hucknall has dropped the final curtain for Simply Red. Your very last concert the band gave in December 2010 at London's 02 Arena, which was broadcast nationally in the UK even in theaters. With "Farewell Live In Concert At The Sydney Opera House" EMI Music Germany released on 13.05.2011 an appropriate live document of another fantastic concert from the final world tour this memorable British band. In all popular formats (CD + DVD, DVD and Blu-ray) you can add this grandiose farewell concert at the private lovers archive then, with DVD and Blu-Ray in addition to the concert nor an exclusive interview with Mick Hucknall. Prior to the impressive open-air backdrop of the Sydney Opera House Simply Red were presented at this 13th October 2010 in great shape. Mick Hucknall, accompanied by Ian Kirkham (keyboards, saxophone), Kenji Suzuki (guitar), Dave Clayton (keyboards), Pete Lewinson (drums), Steve Lewinson (bass) and Kevin Robinson (trumpet, flute), sang so gallantly as sovereign had generously distributed by a little Fanwunsch outlet repertoire of top hits and evergreens, Simply Red on their ten studio albums. From their kickstart with "Money's Too Tight (To Mention)" (1985) about the first U.S. number-one hit, the ultimate Soul anthem "Holding Back The Years" (1986), and other international top hits such as "It's Only Love "(1989)," Something Got Me Started "(1991) and" For Your Babies "(1992) to" Fairground ", 1995 her biggest single success in Germany, and" You Make Me Feel Brand New "(2003) extends the brilliant Set of Sydney. What deep impression left behind in the collective memory of music fans the songs of Simply Red, makes itself firmly in mind that even cover versions such as "Heaven" by the Talking Heads and the Gamble-and-Huff-soul classic "If You Do not Know Me By Now "(1989, her second U.S. No. 1 hit), which were also on the program in the immaculate versions of Simply Red almost intimate act as the originals. Simply Red have in their 25-year career in 1100 concerts in front of more played than eleven million people, won three Brit Awards, two Ivor Novello Awards, the MOBO Special Achievement Award and the World Music Award. 2010 have been awarded the Golden Camera for Lifetime Achievement Simply Red, Mick Hucknall, of course, the person who accepted, the voice and the fixed star of the band, which included more than two dozen musicians over the years. Modern Blue-Eyed Soul will probably be equated for a long time with Simply Red - classics of the genre they have truly set to sufficiency in the world. "Farewell Live In Concert At The Sydney Opera House", this makes us again now particularly beautiful vivid.