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Lollipops & Moptops is a must see show for all 50’s & 60s music fans! A trip down nostalgia lane for those that can remember the 50’s & 60’s first time round and a fantastic night out for those who want to experience and missed out on the days of Lollipops and Moptops.
Join funny man Alan Mosca, Formerly of Freddie & The Dreamers and the former compere of the 60s touring show The Sensational Sixties Experience, as he retells the stories of yesteryear with song and a touch of comedy. Rave on with Buddy Walker as he brings back to life the look and feel of Buddy Holly, who can forget hits like Oh Boy, True Love Ways plus many more.
Walk Right Back with 2017 National Music Tribute Award Winners The Temple Brothers who are well known throughout the world for their fabulous tribute to The Everly Brothers, Steve & Colin Temple are genuine real life brothers and for over 15 years they have toured with their unique harmonies and uncanny look and feel of Don and Phil, performing beautiful songs such as All I Have To Do Is Dream, Let It Be Me, Cathy’s Clown, Crying In The Rain plus many more.
And finally The awesome Dreamers - Formerly Freddie & The Dreamers as they recreate hits including You Were Made For Me, I’m Telling You Now, Over You, If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody plus many more.
Lollipops and Moptops is a 2 hour show which has been described as pure class, nostalgia and fun for all the family. Lollipops & Moptops the must see show for 2019!
Alan has been in the business for over forty years, 32 of which were spent touring with Freddie and The Dreamers. Alan will have you spellbound and in stitches telling you his unique stories about touring the world in the 1960s up until the present day.
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The Temple Brothers
The Temple Brothers - An authentic tribute to the Everly Brothers. Just as the Everly Brothers were the Temple Brothers are real life brothers, their harmonies are unlike anything ever heard, truly not to be missed. With Live Acoustic Guitars, Flawless Harmonies, A truly impressive outing.
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Freddie & The Dreamers emerged as part of the '60s British Pop Invasion, good-natured and up-beat Manchester clowns scoring a number of hits on both sides of the Atlantic including If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody, I'm Telling You Now and You Were Made For Me'. The band toured until 1968 and broke up not too long after that. Frontman Freddie Garrity reformed an all-new Freddie and the Dreamers in 1976, the band continued to tour until Garrity's retirement in 2000 due to ill-health, when they changed their name to The Dreamers.
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- The Den Crescent
- TQ14 8BG