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Dr Hook Starring Dennis Locorriere
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Dr Hook Starring Dennis Locorriere

Formed in 1969, Dr Hook started out in the loud, rough, frequently dangerous nightclubs in Union City, playing six forty-five minute sets a night, seven nights a week to customers who were there to drink, dance and fight. Billed as Dr Hook and The Medicine Show - Tonic For The Soul, their shows were a mixture of humour, luck and a natural feel for many different types of music, from standards to rock and roll, country to contemporary pop.

In the years to follow, the group’s recordings brought them multiple international chart successes for which they were awarded 60 gold and platinum singles and albums, and their unique concert performances branded them a top touring act all around the world.

Despite the band having gone through personnel changes over the last half a century, founding member and original lead vocalist, Dennis Locorriere, has made it his goal to keep the music and spirit of Dr Hook alive.

Now the talented, charismatic frontman with his brilliant group of players and singers celebrate over five decades of timeless music. Dr Hook will present a spectacular show that will cover their rich musical history, from the biggest hits to album favourites - this is a musical event not to be missed!


  • Thu 1 Sep 7:30pm £60/£46/£40

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