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Shalamar - The'Friends 35th Anniversary' Tour on Saturday 2nd December 2017
Shalamar are pleased to announce a huge UK tour to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the bestselling 'Friends' album.
This Tour is the biggest set of UK dates the band have performed since the original tour in 1982
'We've had some amazing nights at The Concorde 2' said Jeffrey Daniel 'And we can't wait to come back and finish our biggest tour here in Brighton, Its going to be a real 'end of tour' party from start to finish!
In 1982 “Friends” became ‘THE’ Album for the UK Soul family to own .
It went Platinum in the Uk, featured 4 Top 20 hit singles - “A Night To Remember”, “Friends”, “There It Is” &“I Can Make You Feel Good”.
The band literally took the UK by storm after a Top of the Pops performance by Jeffrey Daniel who demonstrated the first ‘moonwalk’ on European TV screens.
Shalamar also perform classic songs such as “Take That To The Bank”, “The Second Time Around”, “Make That Move”, “I Owe You One”, “Dead Giveaway”, “Right In The Socket”, “Full Of Fire”, “Sweeter As The Days Go By”, “Over And Over” and “This Is For The Lover In You”.
A new single 'The Real Thing' will add spice and be the group’s first release in over 30 years to feature Howard & Jeffrey and the first with Carolyn.
The bands live show was voted 2nd only to Stevie Wonders Hyde Park show in the 2016 Soul Survivor Awards
With 25 million record sales under their belts, original members Howard Hewett and Jeffrey Daniel, along with the newest member Carolyn Griffey drive audience’s crazy with a dynamic blend of soulful funky feel good music!
Music Genres: Disco, Funk, Soul
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