The Once In A Lifetime Tour will pull together the collected talents of US sensations the Osmonds, the iconic David Essex, Showaddywaddy and Bay City Rollers.
The Osmond brothers are responsible for hits such as One Bad Apple, Down By The Lazy River, Let Me In, The Proud One, Goin' Home, Love Me For A Reason and Crazy Horses, having made their bow as a barbershop troupe back in 1958.
Essex's hits include two number ones Gonna Make U A Star and Hold Me Close while Showaddywaddy have 23 Top 40 hit singles to their name, including Under The Moon of Love, When, You Got What It Takes, Three Steps To Heaven and Hey Rock 'n' Roll.
Les McKeowens legendary Bay City Rollers became the soundtrack for a generation of teenagers growing up in the mid '70s, and he'll complete the bill for a series of arena dates in June 2014.
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Show got off to a cracking start Les was in fine form and the crowd were straight into the party mood. most were off their seats (and heads ) dancing. it was just too short a set. next up Showaddywaddy they too were excellent, the party rocked on. A short break and a few drinks later David wandered onto stage and killed the mood. He was good, no doubt about that and his stage presence was undeniable he just didn't lift the crowd.
The Osmonds were ok they are showmen its in their blood I would say it was a little self indulgent and didn't really get the place rocking. For me they should have started with David then the Osmonds, Showaddywaddy, then Bay City Rollers up last. But I doubt ego's would allow that, Still a very good night and well worth the ticket price.