We all know our first full year was a huge success with almost sold-out shows throughout 2019 but this year promises to be even bigger...
February kicks off with one of the most popular female singers from the 1970s with Kiki Dee appearing at the Forest Arts on Saturday 22nd. Songs like Ameurouse, I Got The Music In Me, Loving & Free, Star and of course the duet giving Elton his first UK chart-topper Don't Go Breaking My Heart lovingly recreated with celebrated musician Carmelo Luggeri.
Friday 28th February sees two iconic bands from the 1960's headline together for the first time. The Merseybeats will be playing all their hits and more including Wishin' & Hoping, I Think of You and Sorrow. With the New Amen Corner hits like If Paradise (Is Half As Nice), High In The Sky and Bend Me Shape Me, it promises to be a great trip down memory lane!
On Friday 27th March sees the R & B legends Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers performing all their classics like Got To Get You Into My Life and One Way Love along with lots of well-known classics of the time.
Supported by the UK's No.1 60s tribute band The Revolvers, playing all the popular hits from the era.
Our retro act in May brings one of the finest soul and pop voices from the 60s to the South. Steve Ellis, former lead singer of The Love Affair will be performing his big hits including Everlasting Love, Bringing On Back The Good Times, Rainbow Valley and A Day Without Love.
Supported by Vanity Fare who had hits in their own right like Early In The Morning and Hitchin' A Ride, this is a must-see musical extravaganza not to be missed!
Our summer show brings 60s legend 'The Man In Black' Dave Berry & the Cruisers to the South. Hits like The Crying Game, Mama, Little Things and This Strange Effect.
Supported by the Mersey beat group The Fourmost who had hits with A Little Lovin', Hello Little Girl and Here, There & Everywhere this a top 60s double bill you won't want to miss!
Our next retro act need no introduction as they are one of the finest British Soul bands to come out of the 60s...
The Foundations had a string of hits in the late 60s with songs like Build Me Up Buttercup, Baby, Now That I Found You, Back On My Feet Again, The Bad Bad Old Days and Any Old Time (You're Lonely & Sad) which are sure to get you all on the dancefloor.
Supported by Soul with Soul's Ritchie Penrose, covering some of the greatest Soul & Motown classics. This guy just oozes class and style.