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Bryan Adams tribute band to play Cirencester

Bryan Adams tribute band to play Corn Hall

Bryan Adams Tribute band Waking Up The Neighbours are heading to
The Corn Hall, Cirencester on Saturday, February 11th.

'Waking up the Neighbours' perform all the greatest hits of the Canadian rocker, who famously spent 16 weeks at Number One in 1991 with Everything I Do (I Do It For You).
Cotswold District Council Events Officer Rik Husdan said: "Waking Up The Neighbours are probably the closest you're going to get to the real thing. They are coming to The Corn Hall to give you a taste of what being a musical superstar is all about!"

The combined musical experience of the five band members ensures that old favourites such as Run To You, Heaven and Somebody are performed with passion, closely matching the original album versions. Current hitssuch Room Service and Open Road are also included and show how close the band's sound is to that of Adams himself.

Rik added: "Waking Up The Neighbours always give a high-energy show with plenty of audience participation. So be warned - you better have your best singing voice with you as joining in is compulsory!"

Tickets cost 10 in advance (available from Cirencester Tourist Information Centre on 01285 654180 and Swindon Tourist Information Centre on 01793530328) and 12 on the door.

Doors open at 8.15pm for an 8.45pm start

Posted : 25/01/2006 10:58:22

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