Tribute to one of rock n roll's most remarkable stories. From the innocence of the innovative, soul-searching blues of the 60s’ Peter Green era, through the band’s decade-defining album of the 70s, Rumours, to becoming one of rock’s most staggeringly successful behemoth supergroups.
The Overtones are a five-piece vocal harmony group formed in London in 2010, consisting of singers from England, Ireland and Australia. They blend classic '50s harmonies with modern pop. Their debut album Good Ol' Fashioned Love entered the UK Albums Chart at #16 in November 2010.
Ever wondered how to make a home made treadmill? The practicalities of an orgy? Or what to do when you don't like parties but do like party food? Wonder no more. If your glass is half full, she'll top it up. The sweet and filthy Geordie promises jokes about life, love and all that’s in between.
March 2014 will see two of Ireland’s musical icons share the stage in a special tour that will be sure to delight fans of both Artists. Performing both separate sets and together in 15 dates across the UK, this unique concert is one not to be missed.
Two of America’s greatest folk-songwriters visit Liverpool Philharmonic together in March, each with ties to the classic Greenwich Village folk scene. Paxton and Ian are nearly a generation apart yet share a slew of folk influences as well as an affinity for fearlessly tackling controversial issues.
The UK’s best-selling classical artist Russell Watson returns to Liverpool Philharmonic following the release (in November) of his eagerly awaited new album Only One Man. Watson has won four Classical BRIT Awards and has sold over eight million records worldwide.
Oscar-winning Don Black is one of Britain’s most successful and versatile lyricists. Black has written many of the greatest and most instantly recognisable songs of the last 60 years for TV, Film and Musical Theatre.
Celebrating 29 years of the UK’s original and premier 60s show. They say that if you remember the 60s you weren’t there! Fill that gap in your memory with The Solid Silver 60s Show and relive the 60s with original artists singing their greatest hits!
Following his critically-acclaimed Posturing Delivery UK tour, star of BBC Three’s Unzipped and Live at the Electric, Russell Kane ponders whether size really matters in his new live show. Or the bigger life gets, the greater the importance of smallness…
Nyman is one of Britain’s most innovative composers. His works encompass opera and string quartets, film soundtracks and orchestral concertos. Far more than merely a composer, he's also a performer, conductor, bandleader, pianist, author, musicologist, photographer and film-maker.
He may have co-written a number one single (Three Lions), but most of Frank Skinner's achievements have been to do with comedy; winning a 1991 Perrier Award, creating the classic TV show 'Fantasy Football' (with David Baddiel), presenting his own series... the list goes on.
The Original line-up of The Seekers reunite for this 50th Anniversary Farewell show. The pop quartet comprising Judith Durham, Athol Guy, Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley are the ONLY surviving chart-topping band from the 60s, anywhere in the world, with all the original founding members.
2014 sees the 40th anniversary of the release of Rick Wakeman’s landmark concept album, Journey To The Centre Of The Earth based on the novel by Jules Verne written 150 years ago. Wakeman, The Jules Verne Symphony Orchestra and choir plus the English Rock Ensemble.
Over the course of his extraordinary career, singer/songwriter Michael Bolton has sold over 53 million albums world-wide. He has won two Grammy Awards for best male vocalist and has six American Music Awards among his many other accolades.
The king of improvisational comedy Noble showcases his talent in this brand new UK show, Tangentleman. With an on-stage presence like no other, his exuberance, spontaneity and cerebral style have established him as one of Britain’s best-loved comedians.
The wonderfully innovative comedy mind behind Modern Life Is Goodish (Dave TV), Are You Dave Gorman? is back with a brand new live show that promises more of his unique blend of stand-up comedy and visual story-telling as Dave Gorman Gets Straight To The Point*... (*The PowerPoint).
The multi-award winning star of Not Going Out and Would I Lie To You? Lee Mack, is going back on the road with his first live tour in 4 years. Expect his trademark brand of high energy banter, well-crafted gags and sharp one-liners in one of the most hotly anticipated shows of the year.
Formed in the late 1970s by Sheffield-based computer programmers Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware, Human League evolved into one of the seminal 80s electro pop bands. Fronted by former hospital porter, Philip Oakey and featuring dancers Susan Ann Sulley and Joanne Catherall.