Lower Apperley, Gloucestershire
UP COMING EVENTS
Farmers Arms Country Pub and Restaurant, Lower Apperley Gloucestershire GL19 4DR, 01452 780307
A Tribute to The Legendary
Thursday 21st December
Hamilton Browne is without doubt the Number 1 ‘Lionel Richie Tribute’ around today. His uncanny resemblance to one of the most resilient Legends of Motown Lionel Richie prompted the BBC to invite Hamilton to guest alongside Lionel himself on the ‘Graham Norton Show’
Recently appearing on the BBC1 ‘The One Show’ as well as recruited by Freud Communications to record the promotion for the new Walkers Crisp advert featuring Lionel & Gary Lineker (2011)
As recent as September 2014, Hamilton was asked to appear with Lionel on ‘Sunday Night at The London Palladium’
Hamilton performs around Europe and Dubia as well as the Carribean working for the Thomas Cook and P&O cruise liners.
The Legendary Paul Da Vinci
Friday 27th October
The original voice of The RUBETTES' "Sugar Baby Love", "Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore" and Tight Fit "Back To The Sixties Part II"
Paul started out in the late sixties in groups which toured the UK and France and secured his first major recording and publishing deal at the age of seventeen with Herp Albert's label A&M/Rondor Music. He then started to be increasingly in demand as a session singer, after doing a series of demos for legendary songwriter Tony Macaulay. His voice was often featured on TV ads. for British Airways, Harp Lager, Smiths Crisps, British Telecom. and many others. He sang vocals on albums by Ringo Starr, blues guitar legend Gary Moore and Jeff Wayne (Sparticus) and did backing vocals on Top of the Pops for Elton John, Justin Hayward, and sang b/v's on an album by David Essex and was the featured falsetto vocalist on the Barry Blue hits "Do You Wanna Dance" and "School Love" with Adrian Baker subsequently of The Beach Boys. He also did vocals on records by Dexy's Midnight Runners and also with legendary guitarist Bert Weedon and demos for Tom Jones, The Hollies and sang third part harmony on The Walker Brothers version of Willie Nelson's "To All The Girls I've Loved Before".