Featuring the original all star line ups of -- Dave Berry & The Cruisers, The Nashville Teens, The McCoys & Sound Force 5
For those fortunate to be there, the Swinging Sixties was a magical time for popular music, a truly golden age which spun hit after hit.
Don't miss your chance to see original sixties artistes in this all star line up featuring:
Dave Berry & The Cruisers - 60s pop legend, recreating all the fun of the times with hits such as 'The Crying Game', 'Little Things' and 'Baby its You'
The Nashville Teens - Still rocking the world fifty six years on! with hits Tobacco Road, Google Eye, Little Bird, Find My Way Back Home, Biggest Night Of Her Life
The McCoys - Monster hit makers with Hang on Sloopy, get ready & Cupid.
Sound Force Five - Taking you back in time with one of the most popular 60's groups in the East of England region - if not the most popular!
VenueThe Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre
AddressBroad Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire,
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