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The Supremes Mary Wilson To Special Guest With Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings On UK Tour & Tickets

Tuesday, 07 June 2011 Written by Jon Stickler
The Supremes Mary Wilson To Special Guest With Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings On UK Tour & Tickets

Mary Wilson, legendary star of The Original Supremes, will join Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, as a Special Guest on their UK tour this autumn. The tour begins in October, ends in December and calls at 36 theatres across the country. Bill Wyman Tickets are on sale now. Click Here to Compare & Buy Bill Wyman Tickets

Rising to fame during the Sixties, as a founding member of Motown Records The Supremes, alongside Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson was the only constant member of the group from their incarnation as The New Supremes in 1970, until they disbanded in 1977. Wilson lays claim to the number-one hits ‘Baby Love’, ‘Stop, in the name of Love’, ‘Back in My Arms Again’ and ‘You Can’t Hurry Love’ - to name but a few.

Bill Wyman says, “I have admired Mary Wilson’s talents since we first met in November 1964 during the TAMI Show. We have been friends since that time, and remain so. It’s wonderful to have Mary join us onstage. It will be a fun tour - full of great music!”

Mary Wilson previously performed with Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, at a very special concert; a Royal charity gala in aid of the 60th Anniversary of the Red Cross, hosted by HRH Prince Albert of Monaco. Bill chose as the show’s theme, ‘A celebration of the music of the 60’s’, so Mary was a fitting choice. She now joins Bill Wyman for this tour, as he returns to his musical roots. The Rhythm Kings superbly bring back to life the kind of classic rhythm & blues that first inspired Wyman to pick up the guitar as a teenager.

For the 'Back In The UK Tour', Mary will be joining the Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings band, which will include Bill Wyman, Georgie Fame, Albert Lee, Beverley Skeete, Geraint Watkins, Graham Broad, Terry Taylor, Frank Mead and Nick Payn.

Mary Wilson’s new single ‘Life’s Been Good To Me’ is now available via iTunes.

October 2011

Oct 17th  - Grand Theare, Swansea - £29.50
Oct 18th - Southport Theatre - £19.50, £24.50, £29.50
Oct 19th – De Montfort Hall, Leicester - £10.00, £18.50, £28.50
Oct 21st – Halls, Dorking - £32.50
Oct 22nd – Venue Cymru, Llandudno - £18.50, £23.50, £28.50
Oct 23rd – Theatre, Milton Keynes - £19.50, £24.50, £29.50
Oct 24th - Manchester Bridgewater Hall - £24.40, £28.50
Oct 26th – Town Hall, Birmingham Town Hall - £30.50
Oct 27th – Corn Exchange, King's Lynn - £32.50
Oct 29th – The Sage, Gateshead - £28.50
Oct 30th – Theatre Royal, Glasgow - £19.50, £24.50, £29.50
Oct 31st – Concert Hall, Perth - £19.50, £24.50, £28.50

November 2011

Nov 1st – Music Hall, Aberdeen - £29.50
Nov 3rd – City Hall, Sheffield - £28.50
Nov 4th - City Hall, Hull - £28.50
Nov 5th - International Centre, Harrogate - £23.50, £28.50
Nov 6th – Opera House, Buxton - £28.50, £35.50
Nov 8th – The Anvil, Basingstoke - £28.50
Nov 10th – G Live, Guildford - £28.50
Nov 11th - Lighthouse, Poole - £21.00, £25.00, £28.50
Nov 12th – Theatre Royal, Norwich - £28.50, £26.00,  £24.00
Nov 13th – Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury - £18.50, £23.50, £28.50
Nov 15th – Colston Hall, Bristol - £25.00, £28.50
Nov 16th – City Hall, Salisbury - £24.50, £29.50
Nov 18th - Cadogan Hall, London - £34.50
Nov 19th - Cadogan Hall, London - £34.50
Nov 20th – Theatre Royal, Plymouth - £20.50, £24.50, £28.50
Nov 22nd – Winter Gardens, Margate - £26.50, £28.50
Nov 23rd – The Dome, Brighton - £28.50
Nov 25th - Forum Theatre, Malvern - £28.50, £32.50
Nov 26th - New Brighton Floral Pavilion - £28.50
Nov 27th – St George's Hall, Bradford - £22.50, £27.50, £37.50
Nov 29th – Corn Exchange – Cambridge - £28.50
Nov 30th – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend - £24.50, £29.50

December 2011

Dec 1st – Regent, Ipswich - £24.50, £28.50
Dec 2nd – Colosseum, Watford - £28.50

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