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Rob George 8th Apr, 2016 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

AN EXCITING evening full of the sounds of Jerry Lee Lewis and Billy Fury will fill Huntingdon Hall in the latest St George’s Day concert from a city promoter.

John Banner in association with Pat Young will welcome ‘Jerry Lee Lewis’ (Steve Wicketts) and Billy Fury (Alan Wilcox) on Saturday, April 23 for a night of music and memories.

‘Jerry Lee Rocks With Fury’ is a tribute to American all time great rock ‘n’ roller Jerry Lee Lewis and British all time great Billy Fury.

Whilst Billy died at the tragically young age of 42, Jerry Lee is still rocking on at the grand old age of 80!

This concert features two top quality tribute artists in Steve and Alan who will perform all the favourites that you will be very familiar with.

There will be a specific dance area on offer but those who want to kick back, relax and take in the classic sounds of two music legends are also invited to come along.

Tickets for the show are £16.50 each (£14.50 concessions) and are available from the Huntingdon Hall Box Office on 01905 611427 or online at www.worcesterlive.co.uk

* The Worcester Observer has teamed up with John Banner Charitable Promotions to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets for the concert.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question:

Complete the title of Jerry Lee Lewis’ 1957 UK number one ‘Great Balls of ……’

a) Dough

b) Fire

c) Cricket

Send your answer, with your name, address and daytime telephone number on e-mail to editor@worcesterobserver.co.uk

Closing date for entries is midday on Monday, April 18, with the winners being notified on Wednesday, April 20.

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