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Belinda Carlisle interview
Belinda Carlisle
Belinda Carlisle.

From the Go-Go’s to female pop icon, the queen of the three minute pop song plays Bath this October.

Listen to our Real Audio interview with Belinda prior to her appearance.

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Belinda Carlisle performs at the Theatre Royal Bath on Sunday 13th October at 7.30pm.

To book seats call the Box Office on 01225 44 88 44.

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Belinda Carlisle one of the world’s greatest pop artistes, visits the Theatre Royal Bath as part of her forthcoming 20-date UK tour on Sunday 13th October.

If anyone has ever given Madonna a run for her money as the queen of the three-minute pop song, it’s Belinda Carlisle.

Over the last two decades, she’s made the journey from Hollywood–based teen punk with the Go-Go's to the ultimate global big hair pop icon with a series of sophisticated, but instantly memorable pop-rock singles.

After a short stint as a drummer in the legendary Germs, Belinda helped form the Go-Go's. Together they scored in every sense of the word, and with a string of hit singles including "We Got the Beat" and "Our Lips Are Sealed".

With their double platinum debut, Beauty and the Beat, they became the first girl band to top the US album chart, and in doing so they broke down barriers for female bands in the music industry.

But it was with her solo career and the single, Heaven Is A Place On Earth that Belinda Carlisle achieved international success. It was a number one on both sides of the Atlantic and helped to establish her as a solo artist in her own right when the Go-Go's split up in 1985.

She went on to enjoy further chart success with the likes of Circle in the Sand, (We Want) The Same Thing and Do You Feel Like I Feel?

BBC Wiltshire talked exclusively to Belinda about her solo career, The Go Go's and her forthcoming UK tour.

Click here to listen to the interview

Belinda Carlisle performs at the Theatre Royal Bath on Sunday 13th October at 7.30pm.

To book seats call the Box Office on 01225 448844.

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