Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, the world’s finest tribute to Fleetwood Mac, returns to North America in October and November 2019 to perform its 50th Anniversary Tour, a brand new show celebrating 50 years of the very best of Fleetwood Mac, including a very special blues set paying tribute to Fleetwood Mac's legendary Peter Green era.
Channeling the spirit of Fleetwood Mac at their very best, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac offers a unique opportunity for fans, both old and new, to rediscover the songs and performances that have guaranteed Fleetwood Mac’s place as one of the most loved groups of all time.
Personally endorsed by Fleetwood Mac founding member, Mick Fleetwood. Rumours of Fleetwood Mac is the ultimate tribute to one of rock and roll’s most remarkable groups.
"An extraordinary emotive performance of Fleetwood Mac." Mick Fleetwood
"A stunning and incredibly accurate snapshot of the World’s first Super Group." Sunday Times
"They do Fleetwood Mac better than Fleetwood Mac." Mail On Sunday
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Now celebrating 40 years since their debut on the West End stage in Beatlemania, the world’s premier Beatles band continues to draw critical acclaim with their flawless recreation of the greatest songbook in history.
Tracing the Fab Four’s journey through the swinging 60s, every tiny detail is forensically observed from their authentic period costumes and instruments, to their witty stage banter and mind bogglingly accurate vocal impersonation.
With a little help from their own orchestral ensemble, and featuring a special set to mark the 50th anniversary of Let It Be, this show is an absolute must see for Beatle-maniacs of all ages.
"Entirely convincing." The Times
"Less a Tribute, more a reincarnation." The Telegraph
"A terrific show." Sir George Martin
Dust off your Blue Suede Shoes and prepare to be All Shook Up! Award-winning band The Bluejays (featuring stars of Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, Dreamboats and Petticoats and Million Dollar Quartet) take you on a jiving journey through the fabulous fifties.
Packed with over 40 classic hits including Rock Around The Clock, That’ll Be The Day, Johnny B. Goode, Tutti Frutti C’mon Everybody, Stupid Cupid, Great Balls of Fire and La Bamba, all performed live on stage, rock and roll revolution will transport you back to the era when music changed the world forever!
From the early days of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis at Sun Studio, via the brief but brilliant careers of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and Eddie Cochran, right through to rock and roll’s heyday with artists such as Cliff Richard, Connie Francis, Bill Haley and his Comets, Dion and the Belmonts and Little Richard – Rock and Roll Revolution is a whistle-stop tour through music’s most defining decade!
"The ultimate feel-good fifties show!" BBC Radio
"The Bluejays are the real rock and roll deal!" Vintage Rock Magazine
"The audience couldn't wait to get up and start jitterbugging and jiving!" Southend Theatre Scene
"Immense… faultless… one fantastic band!" Yorkshire Times
Queen Extravaganza, the official Queen tribute band produced by Roger Taylor and Brian May, returns to the UK in 2021, following sell out shows across the globe.
The band, who began touring back in 2012, are made up of a rolling cast of gifted musicians who have been hand picked by Roger Taylor and Brian May. Queen Extravaganza are renowned for touring all over the USA, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Brazil and Europe and have earned much love and respect from their ever growing fan base. In this spectacular show, the talented musicians play the music perfectly and in some instances are more polished than Queen themselves.
This 90 minute show features more than 20 Queen classics drawn from the band’s biggest hits, Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites the Dust, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Under Pressure, We Will Rock You, We Are the Champions, A Kind of Magic, Radio Ga Ga, Somebody to Love and Killer Queen as well as other fan favourites.
"It’s our own official tribute band." says Roger Taylor.
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