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Music to love at Palace Theatre in February

Posted onPosted on 16th Jan

Mansfield Palace Theatre has a wide variety of music tribute shows for February.

Matt Andrew leads a vocal quartet in Oh What a Nite! on Wednesday 8th February. This tribute to Frankie Valli tells the story of the Four Seasons, from how they formed and their rise to the dizzy heights of television appearances, fame, and fortune.

The Legends of American Country returns for another night of toe-tapping country music nostalgia on Thursday 9th. The show pays tribute to Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Don Williams, Patsy Cline and Kenny Rogers as well as icons Hank Williams, Charley Pride, Glen Campbell, Tammy Wynette, John Denver and Jim Reeves.

Featuring countless well-known singalong hit songs, the show is made up of three singers, who are accompanied by a live band of musicians with that authentic Tennessee sound

Keeping faith to the original sounds of the underground movement that started on the dance floors in the North and eventually swept the nation, Northern Live – Do I Love You features an 11-piece band with four lead vocalists performing more than 30 original hits on Friday 10th and expect to hear Northern Soul hits like Out On The Floor, There’s A Ghost In My House, Do I Love You, Tainted Love, The Snake and many more. (Limited availability.)

Queen Rhapsody on Saturday 11 will feature hits from every decade of Queen’s musical legacy.

After a sold-out run in London’s West End, the critically-acclaimed international stage sensation Whitney – Queen Of The Night is back on tour and celebrating the music and life one of the greatest singers of our time. See it in Mansfield on Thursday 23rd and enjoy hits including I Wanna Dance With Somebody, Higher Love, One Moment in Time, I’m Every Woman, I Will Always Love You and many more.

On Friday 24th celebrate the glory days of top vocal group Odyssey, one of the most popular soul/disco acts of their era. Their success culminated in the early 1980s when they topped the charts with Use It Up And Wear It Out, scoring several other Top 10 hits in Britain and throughout the world. Their first smash single was Native New Yorker, an international hit late in 1977.

February shows end on Tuesday 28th with the greatest hits of Motown in How Sweet It Is featuring songs from Lionel Richie, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, The Jackson Five, The Isley Brothers, Edwin Starr and many more.

To book tickets for these tribute shows, and to see other genres of shows coming up, visit 24/7. Alternatively, call in to see Box Office or call them on 01623 633133.