William Hicks as Barry White in Let The Music Play

@ The Phoenix Theatre, Blyth

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17 February 2018

7.30pm

£19.00 & £18.00

Two times grammy winner BARRY WHITE was best known for his distinctive, smooth, smokey deep baritone bass voice. He was known to tour with a 40 piece orchestra and his 3 piece female group ‘Love Unlimited’ for which he conducted, composed and arranged and produced memorable hits such as

“Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love Babe”, You’re The First My Last My Everything”,  along with “Never Never Gonna Give You Up”,  “Ecstasy”, “Your Sweetness Is My Weakness”, and “Love Theme”

Worldwide Barry White earned both platinum and gold discs with combined sales of over 100 million and his live shows remained sold out.

Hailing from Atlanta Georgia USA, William Hicks has carved out a career in his own right and is “Known for a big man with a big voice” and what better voice and presence could there be to pay tribute to and celebrate the music of the legend that is Mr Barry White.

William Hicks tours with his own live orchestra and three piece female group The Supreme Dreamgirls with the intention to bring to you an experience as close to the real man and his music as possible.

With incredible attention to detail and an outstanding performance by William Hicks this show is Simply AMAZING!

** Celebrate Valentines Night with a sharing platter for two, a bottle of Prosecco and dessert pre show in our studio theatre with a red rose for every couple – Call the box office on 01670 367228 for details and to pre-book **

Venue
37a Beaconsfield Street
Blyth
Northumberland
NE24 2DS

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