AN INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed singer and her sensational band are heading to Worcester to showcase their phenomenal catalogue of rock and blues music.
The renowned Deborah Bonham will perform at the City’s Huntingdon Hall this Friday (March 17) with her band, who feature players from Paul Rodgers, Black Sabbath, Steve Marriott and Rory Gallagher.
Being supported by Jo Burt, the worldwide festival favourite will be heading to Worcester off the back of a triumphant sell-out show at the legendary 100 Club, during London Blues Week.
With enhanced versions of all of her albums being released later this year through Cadiz Music, including ‘The Old Hyde’, ‘Duchess’ and ‘Spirit’, Deborah will be perform all of her hits, plus several tracks originally recorded in 1985 for her debut album ‘For You And The Moon’.
Over the last few years, Deborah, who is the sister of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, has also sung on stage with the legendary Paul Rodgers, Dan McCafferty and Robert Plant.
MetalTalk hailed Deborah as the most vocally impressive, entertaining and awe-inspiring performer they have ever seen, whilst Classic Rock dubbed her music as powerful rock, steeped in the primal intimacy of the blues.
The event starts at 7.30pm and costs £16.
Call the venue’s Box Office on 01905 611427 or visit www.worcesterlive.co.uk for more information.