Sounds of the rock n roll era

By Laura Payne Wednesday 16 January 2013 Updated: 30/01 10:38

SONGS from the 50s and 60s will fill the air at a rock ‘n’ roll show at Solihull Arts Complex.

Set in an American diner, The Twist (Great Songs Never Die), will be staged at the arts complex on Saturday, February 2. The show will feature Chris Madin, the lead vocalist from Strictly Come Dancing, along with house band The Twisters as they play songs by the likes of Elvis, Dusty Springfield and Buddy Holly.

Tickets cost £19 and can be bought online at www.solihullartscomplex.co.uk or by calling the box office on 0121 7046962.

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