Boogie Nights are always the best nights in St Albans
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Music lovers will be able to boogie the night away at a concert coming to St Albans.
Featuring Ultimate Earth Wind & Fire, The Stevie Wonder Legacy and Heatwave’s Donovan Blackwood, Boogie Night returns to The Alban Arena for an evening of non-stop hits and classic songs on Saturday, May 6 at 7.30pm.
Featuring a 12-piece band live on stage, Ultimate Earth, Wind & Fire passionately recreate the magic of the originals – from the falsetto highs of Philip Bailey and funky lows of Maurice White.
They will be performing all the hits and classic album tracks, from the funk of Boogie Wonderland to the soulful harmony of After The Love Has Gone.
The Stevie Wonder Legacy featuring Nat Augustin is a fantastic and authentic show presenting a powerful, uplifting tribute to the iconic Motown singer.
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The show comprises Wonder’s gentle reflective sing-along moments to his more up-tempo funk classics from the 60s to the 90s.
Expect to hear Superstition and Master Blaster (Jammin’) among others.
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As well as performing as lead vocalist in the multi-platinum selling band Heatwave, Donovan Blackwood’s voice has been utilised by an array of A-list talent including James Morrison, Mica Paris and Tina Turner.
He has made various TV appearances on MTV, The Word and Motown Live, most recently playing the chief in BBC3’s Coppers.
Tickets for the concert cost £27.50.
• Call The Alban Arena box office on 01727 844488 or book online at www.alban-arena.co.uk