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26/09/2020

Gilbert O’Sullivan celebrates Five Decades of Music


One of the industry’s true legends, 2017 will mark an astonishing 50 years since Gilbert O’Sullivan made his first foray into the music business with the release of his debut single ‘Disappear’.

It launched O’Sullivan on a career that is still thriving five decades later seeing him dominate the charts in the seventies and continue to enjoy success and acclaim to the present day. Enjoy every facet of his history in this new live show, Including classics such as Alone Again Naturally, Nothing Rhymed, Clair Matrimony and Get Down as well as songs from the latest album Latin Ala G, including the recent hit singles No Way and I Guess I’ll Always Love You.

Following the UK chart success of his Essential Collection album. In 2017 Gilbert will be back on the road to celebrate his five decades of music.

He was the superstar who topped the UK and US single charts in the 70s with songs of endearing tunefulness, unabashed sentiment and existentialist musings. Today, British singer-songwriter Gilbert O’Sullivan continues to be regarded with tremendous affection and his songs remain well-loved around the world.

Enjoy every facet of Gilbert’s history in this new live show, Including classics such as Alone Again Naturally, Nothing Rhymed, Clair Matrimony and Get Down as well as songs from the latest album Latin Ala G.

He will play alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Richard Balcombe. Also performing on the day are Ray Davies, Texas, Elaine Paige, Texas, and Sir Bryn Terfel.
Gilbert O’Sullivan will be performing at the Ipswich Regent on Sunday 10th September.

To book tickets contact the Box Office on 01473 433100.

• For more information visit www.gilbertosullivan.co.uk/

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