Saturday 16th February
Featuring The Dreamers, Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly Tribute acts, The Merseys and Sounds Force 5
This amazing show stars hit makers – The Dreamers, formerly Freddie & The Dreamers.
The Dreamers which still features Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng whom were part of Freddie and the Dreamers and ‘The Dreamers’, after parting ways with Freddie Garrity in the Eighties and still remain 40 years later in the band. They perform all their classic hits including ‘You were made for me’, I’m Telling you Now’, ‘If You Gotta Make a Fool Of Somebody’. The band also tell stories of their times with Freddie Garrity, including times on the road, touring and also TV appearances.
Also, on the show will be The Temple Brothers who in 2017, were voted the Official UK No. 1 Tribute to The Everly Brothers at the UK National Tribute Music Award in Leicester. Performing classic Everly Brothers hits including ‘Cathy’s Clown’, ‘When Will I Be Loved’, ‘Let it Be Me’ and many more. The Temple Brothers Steve and Colin, are real life brothers too and their harmonies are absolutely amazing, just like listening to the real Everly Brothers.
Buddy Holly will also be performed on this incredible show by multi award winning Buddy Holly tribute act ‘Buddy Walker’. Buddy Walker has taken The Buddy Holly Show to many parts of the World, even over to the legendary Surf Ballroom in Clearlake, Iowa – where Buddy Holly made his very last performance.
Special guests are The Merseys featuring Tony Crane MBE and Billy Kingsley. Tony Crane is the lead singer and founding member of Liverpool’s famous ’Merseybeats’. The Merseybeats were one of the most popular bands at the Cavern, along with The Beatles. Tonight Tony will be performing many of his hits including – ’Don’t Turn Around’, ’Wishin’ and Hopin’, ’I Think of you’, and of course ’Sorrow’.
Completing the line up will be Sounds Force 5, who were voted 60’s band in East Anglia by Van Morrison. They’ve appeared in front of royalty and at the historic Cavern Club in Liverpool, as well as on ITV and BBC TV. Their most famous engagement was appearing at BBQ ’67 along with Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Cream.
Duration: Approx 3 hours