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Sat 8th Dec
Les McKeown's Legendary Bay City Rollers
@ Assembly Hall & Richmond Room, Worthing
Featuring: Les McKeown's Legendary Bay City Rollers
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The Bay City Rollers Story: Les McKeown's Legendary Bay City Rollers
The Bay City Rollers Story is a celebration of those hectic days of hit songs, touring, TV shows and the behind-the-scenes pandemonium that followed the band everywhere they went.
Renewed Les McKeown has come through the extreme highs and lows of life's great road and he is here to tell us all about it. All the hits songs are there and audiences are promised a fantastic night of fun and nostalgia as they take a trip back to those innocent days of growing up to the sounds of The Bay City Rollers.
The Rollers' first hit single Remember reached No. 6 in the UK charts in 1973; that was quickly followed by Shang-A-Lang, Summerlove Sensation and All Of Me Loves All Of You all hitting the Top 5. Bye Bye Baby was their first UK No. 1 in May 1975 followed by Give A Little Love in July. Their first album, Rollin', was the first debut album to top the charts. Between 1975 and 1978, they toured all over the world and played to sold out crowds in the across the world. Les McKeown put together a new band of talented musicians in the early 90s and today audiences are treated to all the old BCR hits reworked for the new millennium, alongside exciting new material.
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Stoke Abbott Road
BN11 1HQ 50.814087, -0.373187
Bookings: 01903 206206
→ Worthing 6 min walk