Once in a Lifetime- Rewind Tour 2007 with David Essex, David Cassidy, The Osmonds and Showaddywaddy
Wednesday 11th April 2007
- Doors Open:
‘ONCE IN A LIFETIME REWIND TOUR
DAVID ESSEX, DAVID CASSIDY, THE OSMONDS &
Tony Denton Promotions bring together four huge acts for a unique tour in 2007 entitled ‘Once In A Lifetime Rewind Tour’ and will be appearing at the Metro Radio Arena on 11th April 2007.
It is truly a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience with David Essex, David Cassidy, The Osmonds and Showaddywaddy - sharing the stage, performing all their hits.
David Essex enjoys a remarkable career that has combined concerts, records, theatre, composing, films and TV with striking success. He has written, recorded and produced albums and singles that have sold millions of copies worldwide – 23 top 30 singles in Britain alone. Starring in many productions such as; “That’ll Be The Day” and “Godspell” it’s no wonder that he has a huge fan base that has never deserted him. He went to No1 in Britain with both “Hold Me Close” and “Gonna Make You A Star”.
From TV to recording and record breaking concert tours and from Broadway to Las Vegas productions, David Cassidy has made his mark and been lauded with awards and nominations ranging from Grammy’s to Emmy’s, Performer of the Year and many more. With chart-topping songs like “I woke up in love this morning”, “Breaking up is hard to do” and “I think I love you”, David has certainly proven that is is talent that keeps people coming to shows, turning on the TV and buying records.
Four decades ago, four young boys were flashed across national TV screens on what was meant to be a one-time shot at ‘the big time’. That single appearance led to such as overwhelming mail response that for the following 7 seasons The Osmonds became regulars on the Andy Williams Show. From that point on, their name alone became synonymous with the big time and everything associated with it. They recently took part in the ‘Once In A Lifetime Tour 2005’ which was a great success, selling out 11 Arenas including 2 nights at Wembley Arena; where they played to an unfaltering rapturous audience.
Showaddywaddy have always been about entertainment. Everything about them, from the name onwards screams fun with a capital F. Their 1st and only singles chart-topper came out Christmas 1976 in the shape of “Under the moon of love” which although was covered by chart rivals ‘Mud’, will forever be associated with Showaddywaddy. It was a million-seller and, from this point onwards, all of the bands singles would be carefully chosen covers. With hits like “A Night at Daddy Gee’s” and “I Wonder Why” it’s no wonder they make you want to pull on your brothel-creepers and get jiving to a band whose appeal is simply timeless. “Hey rock ‘n’ roll…let’s go, let’s go, let’s go!”