Winning Friday 26th Aug - Super Soul Legends Motown Show

This Friday it's a winning Friday with CMW Promotions

You could be winning tickets for you and three friends to enjoy this fabulous evening of Motown at Ossett Town Hall.

Friday 2 September sees Roy Hemmings' Motown Show with The Prim-ettes and special guest Woodrow Wilson.

Roy's the longest serving former member of the Drifters and a legendary name in the music world.

The show includes the songs of Otis Reading, James Brown, The O-Jays, The Supremes, Temptations, Four Tops and other Motown and Soul greats.

And you could be there on us - this Friday both Warren and John have tickets to win, tune in to Warren from 6am and John from 10am for your chance to win.

ROY HEMMINGS  - Motown Show with The Prim-ettes
with special guest Woodrow Wilson

Biography 

Both critics and fans agree that Roy G Hemmings is a great showman and dynamic singer. Understood as the longest serving former member of legendary group, The Drifters, Roy had worked alongside founder Johnny Moore for more than 10 years.

He has entertained audiences around the world with his easy, relaxed style and fabulous voice in a career that spans four decades and includes appearances in several Royal Variety shows and twice at The White House..

His current stage show The Motown Show, includes the songs of Otis Reading, James Brown, The O-Jays, The Supremes, Temptations, Four Tops and other Motown and Soul greats.

The show also features the Soul Divas The Prim-ettes, adding a stunning dimension of smooth harmonies and slick Motown dance routines. Diana Ross and Mary Wilson were in fact founder members of the Prim-ettes before changing their name to The Supremes.

The show is full of timeless songs performed with energy and sensitivity, creating emotions that touch the hearts of audiences everywhere. Audiences enjoy a musical cavalcade of all-time greats: Get Ready, Sitting on the Dock of the Bay, Under the Boardwalk, Can't Help Myself, My Girl, Save the Last Dance for Me, and Love Train

 

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