After being discovered singing in a Soho club by impressario Larry Parnes, Marty Wilde
‘s career took off. His big breakthrough came with the release of “Endless Sleep“, which entered the UK charts in June 1958, reaching number 4 and staying for 14 weeks. His follow-up was “Donna“, Written by Ritchie Valens, which went one better, peaking at number 3 early in 1959 and staying in the top 50 for four months. Marty’s chart progress continued with “ Teenager in Love“ which reached number two in the UK. The hits then followed one after another with “Sea of Love“, "Bad Boy", "Jezebel" and many more. When music shows like ‘Oh Boy‘ appeared on British TV, Marty became a smash hit. He has continued touring with bhis band, The Wildcats, and still plays to packed audiences to this day. A true Britsh Rock and Roll icon.
was lead singer with the original Tremeloes - one of the early British rock-n-roll bands in early 1958. In 1960 they were signed to Decca Records and were used as a vocal backing band for many top recording artistes until they had their first hit, "Twist & Shout", which went to No. 3 in the charts. Next came their massive No.1, "Do You Love Me", "Candyman" (no. 4), "Someone Someone" (no. 2) plus many more. After going his own way the the 70s Brian now has his own backing band, Electrix, whose line-up consists of keyboards, lead guitar, bass guitar and drums, with vocal harmonies added to give the band a great Rock ‘n’ Roll sound when playing all the hits, as well as a contemporary feel likened to some of the great American bands. All this plus a light show makes them one of the most popular bands around today.
started in 1963 with Freddie Garrity as the never to be forgotten Freddie and The Dreamers. The band remain one of the best known named bands on the 60s music circuit still featuring two original members - Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng. Along with Freddie, Alan and Bryan toured toured the world as part of the British Invasion Tour of America, sharing the stage with Gerry and The Pacemakers and The Searchers. Today, Alan and Bryan are 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.
was a founder member of the Nottingham group, Paper Lace, whose one big hit was "Billy Don’t Be A Hero" in 1974.These days, Dave is more popular than Paper Lace ever were and tours as a solo singer with a wide catalogue of 70s hits and roll-n-roll standards. A consumate singer/guitarist, Dave continues to play to full houses.
‘ Tomtastic Tom Jones tribute is know to be the best in the business With his powerful voice comparing well with TOM JONES. He has performed a complete Tom Jones Tribute Show all over the world from Vegas to Hong Kong. Since the success of the “RELOAD” album, the “BRIT AWARDS”, his KNIGHTHOOD and TV show “THE VOICE”, Tom has gained a new set of fans and Martin has blended the New songs in with the Timeless Favourites. Martin has also appeared alongside Tom on a video shoot for his “BLACK BETTY” single release.
is the Official UK No1 Cliff Richard Tribute and Europe‘s finest and most professional tribute to Sir Cliff Richard. A Winner Of Stars In Your Eyes, Jimmy has been singing now For nearly 30 years.