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Marty Wilde & The Wildcats

Wyvern Theatre

Fri 17 July 2020

Marty Wilde & The Wildcats
SHOW INFORMATION

Marty Wilde and his 5-piece band The Wildcats make a welcome return to the Wyvern Theatre on Friday 17th July.

In May 2019, Marty was back in the British charts with a compilation of his Greatest Hits, including A Teenager In Love, Sea Of Love, Donna, Bad Boy, Endless Sleep, Jezebel, a new song Eddie (a tribute to his late friend Eddie Cochran) and many others. Marty is also an acclaimed songwriter and penned hits for Status Quo, Lulu, The Casuals and his daughter Kim Wilde. His brand new studio album has been completed and will be released in 2020.

Marty began his career in 1957 and was one of the first British singers to play a leading part in those early formative and ground-breaking ‘Rock’n'Roll’ years.

With his many hits and a host of wonderful songs from that era, Marty Wilde and his fabulous band the Wildcats take you back through some of the most exciting musical times this country has ever experienced.

A fantastic evening awaits you from a man who a short while ago was awarded the MBE by the Queen for Services to Music.

Marty Wilde is one of only a handful of original British artists of the 1950s and ‘60s who continue to tour. So get ready for a stunning musical roller coaster as Marty Wilde and the Wildcats bring you a much-acclaimed show – a show that has been rocking audiences around the country.

A show not to be missed!

www.martywilde.com


Tickets: £32.50

Where applicable fees and charges are included in the stated ticket prices. An optional postage fee may apply. Fee-free booking for Wyvern Friends; Groups of 8+ please call 01793 524481 to buy fee-free.

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