By Nigel Slater 10/04 Updated: 10/04 14:06
FANS of pop icons Bryan Adams and Bon Jovi are in for a treat when a tribute band rocks the night away in Evesham next week.
The AdamsJovi Experience will pay tribute to both stars, who have sold well over 200 million records between them, in what is sure to be an unforgettable show at Evesham Arts Centre on Saturday April 21, starting at 8pm.
The five-man band will be playing all of Bon Jovi's and Bryan Adams' classics hits over the years including 'Living On A Prayer', 'You Give Love A Bad Name', 'Bad Medicine', 'Summer Of 69', 'Run To You' and 'Everything I Do'.
Consisting of Wrexham based musicians Todd Edwards, Ian Aird, Lionel Hutt, James Corbitt & Julian Parkes who grew out of earlier tribute acts such as "18 ‘til I die". The band have performed in well over 1000 live gigs including a show for 10,000 people at the Bradford Bulls Stadium and tribute festivals "The Moxters of Rock" & "Glastonbudget".
This will be the band's second visit to Evesham after a successful debut appearance at the Victoria Avenue venue in July last year.
Delivering the tracks with an exhilarating sound and stage presence, the five accomplished musicians brilliantly capture the essence of both Bon Jovi and Bryan Adams.
Organiser Keith Norledge said: ""The AdamsJovi Experience were a bit hit with audiences last year and you can't have too much of a good thing."
Tickets cost £10 (£8 concessions, members & groups 10+) and are available to buy by visiting www.eveshamartscentre.co.uk or by calling Evesham Almonry on 01386-446944.
Tickets should still be available at the door but early booking is advised to avoid any disappointment.
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