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50s and 60s charity show

The Civic Stourport Stourport On Severn in Stourport-on-Severn

Sunday 4th December 2022

7:30pm til 11:00pm

No age restrictions

The Temple Brothers LTD proudly presents a nostalgic night of 50s and 60s Music with a special charity show

 
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50s and 60s charity show on Sunday 4th December 2022

The Temple Brothers LTD proudly presents a nostalgic night of 50s and 60s Music with a special charity show featuring:

THE DREAMERS
Carrying on the tradition of the guys who started it all in 1963: Freddie Garrity, Derek Quinn, Roy Crewson, Bernie Dwyer and Pete Birrel
never to be forgotten or equaled, Formerly 'Freddie and The Dreamers.' The Dreamers remain one of the best known named bands
on the sixties music circuit. Changes to personnel over the past 50 years were of course inevitable but one member
Alan Mosca remains in the band today, he has been in the band as 'Freddie and The Dreamers'
​and then 'The Dreamers' for over 40 years.

Along with Freddie, Alan toured throughout Europe, Australia and The Middle East and was alongside Freddie as
part of the British Invasion Tour of America, sharing the stage with Gerry and The Pacemakers and The Searchers appearing
at Madison Square Gardens, New York and other prestige venues. TV appearances alongside Freddie include
Cilla Black's Surprise Surprise, The Noel Edmunds TV show, Australia today and many more.

Alan is joined by The Temple Brothers, Steve and Colin who in their own right are seasoned professionals having
toured extensively with their Everly Brothers tribute show and Midnight Dynamos rock and roll band and newest member Nicky Walker also a seasoned professional, for over 40 years touring the UK and Abroad as a session musician and his own unique Buddy Holly tribute show. With their unique
harmonies and musicianship they add an extra dimension to the Dreamers, who along with the hits of Freddie and The Dreamers perform the
most popular songs of the fifties rock and roll days and the great songs of the sixties.

UNION GAP UK
Tom Harding has been with the band constantly for the last 27 years and together with Simon Paul 2001-2007 and 2012-present. Paul Crowe 1995-98 and 2011-present are proud to be fully endorsed by Gary Puckett as The Union Gap UK.

The band continues to perform on the all of the major 60's festivals in the UK and abroad this together with appearances for all the major UK holiday resorts.

In 2017 Gary Puckett performed on a short tour with the band in the UK. They again joined forces in 2018 as part of the 50th anniversary tour celebrating 'Young Girl' reaching No1 in the UK and Europe in 1968 and ending the tour at the Benidorm Palace.

ALAN MOSCA
Alan has been part of Freddie and the Dreamers since the late 70's when he replaced Pete Birrel - Freddie and the Dreamers original bass player. In the eighties when The Dreamers split with Freddie Garrity, the band continued to perform and make a name for themselves with Alan Mosca at the helm. He has been the main driving force of The Dreamers for over 40 years. He recorded with Freddie Garrity many times over the years, and enjoyed touring with Fred all over the world as part of The Great British Invasion of America where he also performed with Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Searchers and The Mindbenders, he also toured Australia and performed live with Freddie on Australia Today. Other TV appearances include Cilla Black's Surprise Surprise and also many pantomimes. More recently Alan appeared as the compere of The Sensational Sixties Experience Show but now concentrates hard on working with his band - The Dreamers. At nearly 73 years of age, there is no stopping Alan.

STEVE WICKETTS
If you love Rock 'n' Roll and you want an night filled with fun and excitement, come and see Jerry Lee Lewis tribute impersonator Steve Wicketts!

From the moment Steve Wicketts takes the stage, you will be aware this is no ordinary tribute performer. The response to this show has been amazing!

Steve Wicketts may not have been looking at Las Vegas just yet, but Las Vegas were looking at Steve Wicketts! A Las Vegas agent contacted Steve Wicketts regarding his Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute Show!

Jerry Lee Lewis is the only artist who nearly took the crown from the King of Rock 'n' Roll. After watching and listening to Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis allegedly said, 'If I could play piano like that, I would quit singing.'

Steve's fingers move almost faster than the eye can see. Playing up to 12 notes per second! He shapes his voice in such a way it has the unmistakeable sound from the 1950's! Add this to Steve's larger than life personality and pure energy driven performance and you have a show that will have the crowd SHAKING, SHOUTING, ROCKING AND ROLLING!

Last Entry Time: 7:30 pm

Music Genres: 

60s, 70s, Rock & Roll

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