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10cc 'The Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour' - Live Concert Stream

Live from the New Oxford Theatre... all the hits you know and love, available now in cinematic quality

In 2022, sold-out audiences around the UK were treated to an unforgettable night in the form of 10cc's Ultimate Greatest Hits tour. On 27 October, On Air joined 10cc at The New Theatre, Oxford and captured the entire 19-song set in all its glory.

Filled with almost 2 hours’ worth of songs from across their glittering 50-year career, the concert stream includes fan favourites like 'The Things We Do For Love', 'Wall Street Shuffle', 'I'm Not In Love', and 'Art For Art's Sake'.

A cinematic live stream of the highest quality, the show is available in 4K UHD with Dolby Vision and  Dolby Atmos sound. The show can be streamed on demand with unlimited replays through the On Air website, mobile and TV apps until 01 December 2024.

Lead by Graham Gouldman, the Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour live band featured Rick Fenn (lead guitar, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals), Paul Burgess (drums, percussion, keyboards), Iain Hornal (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, percussion, mandolin, keyboards, vocals) and Keith Hayman (keyboards, electric guitar, bass guitar, vocals).

Join us for an unforgettable trip down memory lane - watch The Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour now!

Square artwork for 10cc ‘The Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour’ recorded at The New Theatre Oxford on 27th October 2022 with the band stood inside the 10cc logo on an orange background

Quote from the band

Graham Gouldman, 10cc

"There could not be a better time to film the band, it's been a fantastic tour, sold out theatres and the band are sounding fantastic. We show no mercy, hit after hit after hit, plus a couple of new tracks, video contributions from Kevin Godley and a special version of 10cc's first single Donna as an encore. Whether or not you got to see us on tour, sit down, turn-up the volume and enjoy."

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Stream worldwide through our website, mobile and TV apps

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Watch until 01 December 2024 with unlimited replays

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Available in 4K UHD with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

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10cc 'The Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour' playlist

Wondering what tracks to expect on the live concert stream? We've curated the perfect playlist from the official setlist of the 10cc The Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour show.

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About 10cc

10cc rose to stardom during the eccentric, art-rocker whirl of the 70s, breaking through the noise with their oddball, pop prankster, and studio perfectionist personas. Capable of tapping into and satirising all manners of popular music styles, the collective often played for their amusement while steering their quirks toward the charts. Soon enough, 10cc had recorded twelve singles - including oldies pastiche Donna’ (1973) and soft rock classic 'The Things We Do For Love’ (1976) - that reached the UK Top 40. Their chart-toppers were ‘Rubber Bullets’ (1973), ‘I'm Not in Love’ (1975) and ‘Dreadlock Holiday’ (1978).

Original members Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Kevin Godley, and Lol Creme - who met in the early Manchester music scene - signed with Jonathan King's label UK Records in 1972, piecing together and launching legendary albums 'Sheet Music' in 1974 and 'The Original Soundtrack' in 1975.

Shortly after the release of their album 'How Dare You!' in 1976, Godley and Creme left the band to focus on video production and develop the Gizmo (a guitar modification device). In the wake of their departure, Gouldman and Stewart continued alone and recorded successful albums 'Deceptive Bends' in 1977 and 'Bloody Tourists' in 1978. Following a whirlwind couple of decades – the new addition and exit of supporting members Rick Fenn, Tony O'Malley, and Stuart Tosh, an original 10cc reunion with the release of '...Meanwhile', as well as embarking on their own solo music endeavours – Stewart officially called it quits after 'Mirror Mirror' debuted in 1995.

Fast forward to the present, and Gouldman continues to perform various hits and solo highlights alongside Rick Fenn, Paul Burgess, Keith Hayman, and Iain Hornal as the latest 10cc members.

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Your front row seat awaits...

Filled with almost 2 hours' worth of songs from across their glittering 50-year career, 10cc The Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour is available to stream now.

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