Toploader to play Dunfermline in March

Published: 26 Nov 2012 09:137 comments

TOPLOADER have announced they will play the Carnegie Hall on Monday 4th March.

The band have sold more than 2 million albums worldwide and have had a string of top 20 hit singles.

They are best known for their top ten cover of the King Harvest song Dancing in the Moonlight in 2000.

They were the last British band to play at the original Wembley stadium.

A spokesperson said, "The band will be replaying all their classic hits as well as debuting material from their upcoming new album.

"Having been on a hiatus since 2003, the band reformed in 2011, coming back bigger and better!"

To download their latest new single, Only Human, visit

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  • SmarmyGit
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    Nov 26, 13:28
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  • redrobin
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    Nov 26, 15:18
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    great reporting eh? !

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  • supersonic
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    Nov 26, 19:25
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    One hit wonders! Brutal!!!

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  • darkknight
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    Nov 26, 20:04
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    Richie Sambora on the left.

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  • MottMottMott
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    Nov 29, 09:09
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    I heard that Andreas Johnstone, Nizlopi, Steve Brookstein, Chesney Hawkes and Leon Jackson will also be making appearences in Dunfermline...

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  • MottMottMott
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    Nov 29, 09:10
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  • TheBruce
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    Nov 29, 15:50
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    OOOOOSHHHT Mott nearly had me there man! :-) wid rather have too much time on my hands wi a jar of angry wasps.... Ken

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