Country fans are given a taste of Nashville with Soul Street Productions’ brand new show Made in Tennessee – The soundtrack of American Country. With a band made up of some of UK’s finest country musicians, Made in Tennessee takes you through the decades of the nations fastest growing music genre, from Country’s origin in the Southern States of America to modern day Country heard around the world.
NEW DATE Review from South Devon Magazines “Against a backdrop of the Statue of Liberty; all-American Classic wheels and fabulous lighting effects, The New Jersey Boys recreated the soundtrack of our youth for many of us in the audience and introduced those who had not had the pleasure of enjoying the iconic songs first time round to such immortal tunes as Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like A Man and many more.
Planet Earth 2019 is a singing celebration of our beautiful world. Tiverton Street Choir, Exeter Street Choir, Minehead Street Choir and Taunton Street Choir come together for a unique singing and visual show using popular songs and anthems including Bittersweet Symphony (The Verve), One Day Like this (Elbow) and Something Inside So Strong (Labi Siffre). The singers in the choirs sing just for fun so be assured of a friendly and very relaxed show. On that note the end of the show features an extended sing along featuring some real favourites songs from across the years.
2019 marks the 60th anniversary of the plane crash that took the lives of Buddy Holly (22), The Big Bopper (28) and Richie Valens (17). The crash happened on Feb 3rd, 1959 in Clear Lake Iowa. Jimmy Lee presents a night of Rock n Roll favourites including songs such as ‘That’ll Be The Day’, ‘Oh Boy’, ‘Rave On’, ‘Peggy Sue’, ‘Crying Waiting Hoping’…. and many more in a fitting tribute to Buddy Holly. This is a great night, not to be missed. Get your tickets now!
Jimmy Love’s authentic portrayal of Sir Elton John is typical of a perfectionist. Regarded and respected in the industry as a session vocalist in his own right, he has quickly become regarded as one of the best impersonators in the world today. “I learned to play (piano) especially for the part of Sir Elton” says Jimmy when asked how long he has been playing. “…it comes with the territory, so when I was asked if I could play the part I started practising right away.”