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Sat 20th Jul at 7:30pm
Aloha From New Brighton Part 2
@ Floral Pavilion Theatre, New Brighton
Featuring: James Burton, Charlie Landsbourgh, Pete Wylie, Brian Nash, Vince Earl, Don Woods, Dean Johnson, Cliff Roberts, Geoff Nugent, Nicky Crouch, The Passionettes, The Liverpool Ukulele Orchestra, Billy Butler
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Aloha From New Brighton Part 2: James Burton + Charlie Landsbourgh + Pete Wylie + Brian Nash + Vince Earl + Don Woods + Dean Johnson + Cliff Roberts + Geoff Nugent + Nicky Crouch + The Passionettes + The Liverpool Ukulele Orchestra + Billy Butler
James will be joined by a strong 'Best of Merseyside'.
James Burton is responsible for the famous guitar solo on Dale Hawkin's 'Suzie Q'. He has collaborated and recorded with Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris, Randy Newman, Buffalo Springfield and John Denver.
James Burton tour dates
Seminal Scouse maverick who, along with Ian McCulloch and Julian Cope, pioneered the Eighties art-indie scene. His debut gig was at the legendary Eric's in Liverpool - the night it was raided and closed down for ever. He bounced back with a series of bands - Wah! Heat, Wah! and The Mighty Wah! - and achieved chart success with the anthemic 'The Story Of The Blues' in 1982. Still writing great songs, Wylie's solo shows provide entertainment both musically and through his extravagantly opinionated conversation. The man's a legend, miss him at your peril!
Pete Wylie tour dates
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Venue: Floral Pavilion Theatre
Bookings: 0151 666 0000
→ New Brighton 6 min walk