All Ages Event
Doors open: 7pm
Show starts: 8pm (support)
The Rubettes: 8:50pm
Paper Lace: 9:50pm
Abstract Entertainment are proud to present the music from three of Britain’s highly-successful pop groups of the seventies touring Australia together in November 2017 for the first time. These artists include Richard Gower’s RACEY, whose hits included Baby It’s You, Lay Your Love On Me, Some Girls, Boy Oh Boy, Runaround Sue and Such A Night. THE RUBETTES featuring original member ALAN WILLIAMS. THE RUBETTES had a worldwide no.1 hit with their hugely famous pop classic Sugar Baby Love, followed by a quick succession of hits including Tonight, Juke Box Jive, I Can Do Itand Baby I Know to name a few. Rounding out this impressive line up are Original 70s group PAPER LACE feat Phil Wright, who launched themselves on the entertainment scene and started recording singles until 1974, along with two albums that achieved up to 30,000,000 + U.K record sales. Some of these hits include Billy Don’t Be A Hero, The Night Chicago Died, The Blackeyed Boys, Hitchin’ A Ride 74 and So What If I Am. With a catalogue of hits, this show is sure to be a night of classic and memorable hits from this decade.
Abstract Entertainment wishes to apologise for any infringements of Clive Duncan Wilson and Racey limited intellectual property rights with respect to the promotions of the 70s hitmakers tour in 2017. This tour is in no way related to or in business with Clive Duncan Wilson or Racey Limited. For any enquiries for Racey Limited please contact Racey Limited by email firstname.lastname@example.org
For the 70’s Hitmakers Tour 2017, Abstract Entertainment is promoting bands involving performer Alan Williams who was lead vocalist in the original line-up of The Rubettes (THE RUBETTES FEATURING ALAN WILLIAMS) the band led by performer Phil Wright, lead drummer and vocalist of the original 1970’s Paper Lace act (ORIGINAL 70’s PAPER LACE FEATURING PHIL WRIGHT) and Richard Gower, who sang the lead vocals on every song that was written and released by the band Racey on Mickie Most’s RAK record company (RICHARD GOWER’S RACEY).