Marty Wilde's Rock N Roll Party BIRMINGHAM - Tickets

Marty Wilde's Rock N Roll Party BIRMINGHAM - Tickets
Sun, 30/11/14, 19:30 New Alexandra Theatre
Station Street, B5 4DS BIRMINGHAM

Original ‘dreamboats’, Marty Wilde, Eden Kane and, John Leyton with the Wildcats join forces in Marty Wilde’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Party.

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Doors 7pm

U14 with an adult 18+

 

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The late fifties and early sixties were without doubt some of the most exciting and important years in the history of music. With the arrival of rock n’ roll, a whole new pop culture was born. Performing their own hits and collaborating live on stage, teen idols of their day, Marty, John and Eden show us how rock n’ roll with its fusion of sound and rhythm shaped the style of music that we listened to then and still do today.

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    Marty Wilde's Rock N Roll Party
      4.2 stars, from 4 Fan reports
  • Merton, Bicester - Royal & Derngate

    07/11/14

    Brilliant evening from MikeP, 10/11/14
    My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed Marty Wildes Rock N Roll Party. He still has a fantastic voice after all these years.
  • Sheffield - Sheffield City Hall

    31/10/14

    generally good event from Suzie, 03/11/14
    Slow start from Marty Wilde, also thought content of his chat was a bit, me, me, me. Eden Kane slick, professional, great voice and content. John Layton amazing for his age, still carries a good tune and very entertaining. Marty Wilde got going by mid to end of show and I loved the Lonnie Donegan set at the end.
  • Sheffield - Sheffield City Hall

    31/10/14

    generally good event from Suzie, 03/11/14
    Slow start from Marty Wilde, also thought content of his chat was a bit, me, me, me. Eden Kane slick, professional, great voice and content. John Layton amazing for his age, still carries a good tune and very entertaining. Marty Wilde got going by mid to end of show and I loved the Lonnie Donegan set at the end.

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