A TRIBUTE to the pioneering British instrumental group, The Shadows, is coming to Huntingdon Hall in Worcester next weekend.
Into The Shadows will recreate the unique sounds of the biggest band before The Beatles on Saturday (October 11).
In 1960 it was the age of the juke box and coffee bars. Wolves won the FA Cup, Coronation Street first appeared on our TV, and in July of that year The Shadows made number one in the charts for the first time with Apache.
Step back Into the Shadows to bring back those memories!
Into the Shadows comprises: Rob Fellows on lead guitar, recreating the unique Hank Marvin sound that’s so good you’ll think you are hearing the real thing; Colin Evans on drums, with years of experience, attention to detail and total professionalism; John Haden on rhythm guitar and vocals, complimenting Rob’s lead parts; and bass guitar maestro, John Clayton, who complements his stylish playing with an ever present smile and a sharp ear.
You can re-live all The Shadows’ golden hits with Into the Shadows… Apache, Wonderful Land, Kon-Tiki, Dance On, Man of Mystery, FBI, The Savage, Guitar Tango, Foot Tapper, The Frightened City, Dance On, Atlantis and many more including many of the early Cliff Richard hits from the days when The Shadows were his backing group.
Tickets for the show which starts at 8pm cost £12.50. To book call the box office on 01905 611427.