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Everything but the Girl

Formed 1981.
Everything but the Girl

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Everything but the Girl (often shortened EBTG) were an English musical duo, formed in Hull in 1982, consisting of lead singer and occasional guitarist Tracey Thorn and guitarist, keyboardist, and singer Ben Watt. The duo's most successful single was a Todd Terry remix of "Missing" charting in several countries in 1994.

They are currently inactive, although vocalist Tracey Thorn hinted that they may perform again someday. They have not performed publicly since 2000, and as Thorn stated on BBC Radio4 on 25 January 2014, "for both Ben and me, it would feel like a step backwards".

Watt and Thorn are also a couple; they are very private about their relationship and personal life. For some time, it was not a publicised fact that they were a couple, or that they had married subsequently. The duo have expressed a strong desire to raise their three children with as much privacy as possible.

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  1. Review of Eden / Love Not Money / Baby, the Stars Shine Bright / Idlewild

    Eden / Love Not Money / Baby, the Stars Shine Bright / Idlewild 2012

    Reviewed by Ian Wade
    The complete picture of a band hitting a fantastic stride at a very early stage.
  2. Review of Walking Wounded

    Walking Wounded 1996

    Reviewed by Chris Long
    Maybe the transformation was too much for the pair, or, like a butterfly, their life...
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