The Christians are among the line-up for a series of intimate concerts this bank holiday weekend.
The band, who had huge success in the 80s and early 90s after their first album, The Christians, topped the charts and second, Colour, knocked Phil Collins off the top spot, are still lead by Garry Christian.
They join other big names for the spring series of concerts at Rye, from Thursday, May 3 to Bank Holiday Monday, held at St Mary's Church.
The eclectic mix of concerts give a chance for music fans to see quality artists up close and personal.
Kicking off the programme will be singer Russell Watson, who has sold over seven million albums, and earned himself the title of People's Tenor.
Tickets to his performance include a VIP package which includes a pre-concert reception, front seats, signed CD and the opportunity to meet with Russell.
Avery Sunshine, who has just released a new album, plays gospel and soul on Saturday, May 5 while Kyle Eastwood, the son of screen legend Clint, brings his jazz quintet for a special afternoon concert on Sunday, May 6 with special guest Stefano Di Battista, double bass player.
The Christians also play on Sunday, May 6, with guitarist Miloš Karadaglić performing an afternoon concert on Bank Holiday Monday.
For tickets and information visit ryejazz.com