Last of a lifetime

Jan 2014 Last of a lifetime

DAVID ESSEX, The Osmonds, Showaddywaddy and Les Mc- Keown’s Legendary Bay City Rollers star next June in The Once In A Lifetime – The Final Tour.


The tours have been a huge success in the past, but Tony Denton Promotions say this will be the last chance to see big acts from the 70s together on one stage.


The Osmonds have been entertaining sold out crowds throughout the world for four decades with their now classic hits like ‘Crazy Horses’, ‘One Bad Apple’, ‘Down By The Lazy River’, ‘Let Me In’, ‘The Proud One’, ‘Goin’ Home’ and ‘Love Me For A Reason’ plus ‘Long-haired Lover From Liverpool” – the 1972 worldwide chart-topper from youngest brother Jimmy Osmond.


From hit records to hit musicals, David Essex has had one of the most enduring careers in music since the 1970s. His hits include two UK No.1s – ‘Gonna Make U A Star’ and ‘Hold Me Close’ – and other Top 10 entries with ‘Rock On’, ‘Lamplight’, ‘Stardust’, ‘Oh What A Circus’, ‘Brave New World’, ‘Silver Dream Machine’ and ‘A Winter’s Tale’. He has starred in the films “Silver Dream Racer”, “Stardust” and “That’ll Be The Day” among. others. More recently he starred in East Enders as Eddie Moon.


Showaddywaddy have long been established as Europe’s most successful-ever exponents of retro-inspired rock ‘n’ roll. They have had 23 Top 40 hit singles including the No.1 ‘Under The Moon Of Love’ and other Top 5 numbers like ‘When’, ‘You Got What It Takes’, ‘Three Steps To Heaven’ and ‘Hey Rock ‘n’ Roll’.


The music of Les McKeown’s Legendary Bay City Rollers became the soundtrack for a generation of teenagers growing up in the mid-70s. The face and voice of that soundtrack belonged to Les McKeown.

Their big hits included ‘Bye Bye Baby’, ‘Shang A Lang’, ‘Summer Love Sensation’, ‘I Only Want To Be With You’, ‘All Of Me Loves All Of You’ and ‘Give A Little Love’. Their trademark Scottish tartan spread among fans around the globe.




The Once In A lifetime –

The Final Tour

June 20 – Phones 4u Arena, Manchester

June 21 – First Direct Arena, Leeds

June 22 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

June 24 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne

June 25 – liverpool Echo Arena,

June 26 – The O2, london

June 27 – lG Arena, Birmingham

June 28 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton