Boyfriend and I fancied some chips, so he offered to take me to Maccy D's, what with the ice cream earlier in the evening, you can tell I am one thoroughly spoilt lady. That man was Buddy Holly. When we walked in we were certainly stared at, I didn't know whether that was because we were probably the only people there that were born after the war, or because I had one hell of a groovy colour co-ordination outfit going on, I like to think the latter. There was then an interval, which is when everyone apart from me and my man seemed to rush to the loos, so Mr. Allow an extra 15 mins for this shuttle service. After politely declining a programme for £7, seriously who pays that for 10 pieces of glossy paper? Promoter reserves the right to alter the programme. Although he did have a pretty yummy flavour too.
Boyfriend was very pleased about. Clutching a Fender Stratocaster, sporting a pair of heavy-rimmed glasses, and sounding exactly like Buddy in his heyday, a legend is reborn. Boyfriend and I did agree that he resembled Del Boy, wearing a long Leopard print jacket. . With the band he also performed some famous songs by Elvis and some by The Rolling Stones, which Mr. This stage show was a real tribute to those legends. No we didn't go clubbing or go down to the pub, we went to a concert.
He came on stage and in Big Bopper style joked and interacted with the crowd, which all the 80 year old ladies at the front thoroughly enjoyed. And no not a gig as in a crowd surfing type of gig, I'm talking a concert as in the type that your grandparents used to go and sway along to. Contact the box office for further information. What people are saying about Buddy Holly - A Legend Reborn Rated 4 out of 5 by Chichester steve from A great experience to go back in time Hi ,,I went to see the legendary buddy holly and supported by Roy Orbison tribute at the pavilion Bournemouth. Register for a free user account and get alerts when your favourite artists play. After the interval we were all treated to some great hits from a very convincing. I'm sure all three of them are up there with their guitars having a jam as we speak.
When I found this out, I was pretty shocked at how young these three legends were and how many hearts they captured in their small time on this earth. We went to a Buddy Holly: A Legend Reborn concert. The show started with a peformance from 'The Big Bopper', done by the fabulous John-Simon Rawlings. He was great performing hits such as 'Peggy Sue' and 'That'll Be The Day. We will send you email alerts every time one of your favourite artists goes on tour. This all new production celebrates an artist who shot straight into the limelight as soon as That'll Be The Day hit the radio.
Last Saturday I dragged Mr. The night was very enjoyable, full of laughs and the smell of Yardley. Though his career was short, this one-man powerhouse gave the world a stack of hits that will never be forgotten. So once again we went along, me in a carefully planned outift ie. Though his career was short, this one-man powerhouse gave the world a stack of hits that will never be forgotten. Yes ladies and gentleman we are officially an old married couple.
Clutching a Fender Stratocaster, sporting a pair of heavy-rimmed glasses, and sounding exactly like Buddy in his heyday, a legend is reborn. You can amend your list of favourites at any time. However, I knew he would still enjoy it and not put me dragging him along to these things as a massive con against my name, well I hope not anyway. That man was Buddy Holly. The backing band which brilliantly mirrored Buddy's band The Cricketers were great and helped make the show what it was.
Marc has been in lots of theatre shows, appeared at Glastonbury as Buddy and has even performed for Sir Paul McCartney, so we felt privileged that we've seen him. Buddy is Marc's idol, which can easily be seen with his tremendous accent, thick rimmed glasses and seriously cool Fender Stratocaster guitar. By the way I am still telling him how oh so lucky he is to have an amazing girlfriend, who is so handy with a ball of wool and some needles. Sadly The Big Bopper aged 28 and Buddy Holly aged 22 died in a plane crash on the 3rd February 1959 know as , along with a singer and songwriter aged just 17. Boyfriend was very happy when he was first in the queue for the ice cream lady buying me a tub of ice cream, what can I say ladies he is a true gentleman.
Well let's just say we brought the age range down just a teensy weensy bit. Join Buddy Holly - A Legend Reborn to relive the Rockin' fifties music scene with hits such as Peggy Sue, Oh Boy, Heartbeat, It Doesn't Matter Anymore, Words of Love, It's So Easy, Rave On and many more. He did have some bright red brothel creepers on that were pretty nifty too. The first half featured songs from and , who had everyone boogying in their seats along to hits such as 'Bye Bye Love' and one of my favourites, 'Wake Up Little Susie'. Boyfriend and I had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed all the songs, watching all the old dears cheering, whooping and wolf whistling was pretty entertaining too. He was best known for classic hits such as 'Chantilly Lace' and 'White Lightning'.