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From Kajagoogoo to Palace of Culture
November 26, 2008    wersja polska »
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The 1980s pop icon Limahl, known for hits such as "Too Shy" and the theme song from Wolfgang Petersen's fantasy movie The Never Ending Story, will give a concert at Warsaw's Kongresowa Hall Nov. 30.

In 1981, Limahl became the vocalist of a pop band named Art Nouveau and later renamed Kajagoogoo. The group's song "Too Shy" quickly climbed to the top of the British charts. In 1983, Limahl embarked on a successful solo career that spawned hits such as "Only for Love," "Too Much Trouble" and "Never Ending Story."

The Warsaw concert, which Limahl will perform with Kajagoogoo, is the British vocalist's second Polish performance this year, as in the summer Limahl was a guest performer at the International Sopot Festival. The concert will precede the release of Limahl's new album.

Nov. 30, 7 p.m.
Kongresowa Hall, Palace of Culture and Science, entrance from Emilii Plater Street
Tickets cost zl.200, 150 and 120, available at www.estrada.com.pl
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