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Shakin’ Stevens to Play Middlesbrough Town Hall next month

By Published February 08, 2019

THE UK’s biggest-selling pop star of the 1980s will thrill fans at Middlesbrough Town Hall next month.

Platinum-selling Shakin’ Stevens is showing no signs of slowing down as he and his band embark on a brand new European and UK spring tour.

And they’re bringing their timeless rock’n’roll show to Middlesbrough Town Hall on Thursday, March 21.

They’ll be performing multiple much-loved hits such as Hot Dog, This Ole House and Green Door from a discography of 33 chart singles and a few surprises.

The Shaky name is just as prominent in mainland Europe as it is on home soil, being the most successful acts of the 80s, and the most successful charting Welsh artist of all time.

Stevens’ new Greatest Hits – and More! tour sees him travel across 18 cities in the UK, as well as all over mainland Europe.

Shaky said: “Of course there’ll be hits and some songs that I haven’t performed on stage for a decade or two – so some surprises!

“I’ve also included well-known songs from other artists whose work I admire, together with album tracks and newer songs, bringing it right up to date!”

  • Shakin’ Stevens will be at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Thursday, March 21 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £35 plus booking fee – to book visit www.middlesbroughtownhall.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01642 729 729.

 

 

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