More sixties nights depend on support
On Saturday October 18, Cupids Inspiration and The Sorrows – featuring Don Fardon – in conjunction with Dynamic Music Management, are putting on a one-off 60s show at the Lime Tree Park club, Templar Avenue, Coventry.
The bands will showcase their hits including Cupids Inspirations “Yesterday Has Gone”, The Sorrows “Take A Heart” and Don Fardons “Indian Reservation” which was a worldwide 5million-selling record.
A free raffle with prizes includes an autographed electric guitar, CDs from the bands, and other memorabilia.
MC for the night is Karl (Mr Sixties) Thompson and the raffle will be drawn by local celebrity and former wrestling star Tony (Banger) Walsh.
Tickets can be ordered online from www.wegottickets.com or purchased directly from the club. Cost is £10, or £12 on the door. Discounts are available for purchases of over 20 tickets and all such enquiries should be made by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to: 07545494766.
Tony Walsh said: “The idea behind this promotion is to give 60s fans a chance to see some of the great bands from the golden era of pop who do not often play in the West Midlands area.
“If it is well-supported, more and bigger shows are planned with more 60s pop music sensations on show.”
“The maximum number of tickets available is 250 so if you want to enjoy a great night of 60s nostalgia with super raffle prizes in Coventry, get yours soon.”