The Sixties Invasion
May 2 @ 19:30 to 22:30Tickets £22 – Tickets £26
Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich…The Casuals…the Equals three amazing 60s bands brought together for a spectacular show on stage at the Palace in Paignton. A stunning must see show featuring a sensational line-up of musicians that exceeds expectation on every level. Taking you on a magical rollercoaster ride to the most exciting musical time in history, with endless hits from the sixties and early seventies when pops greatest decade comes to life!
DOZY, BEAKY, MICK and TICH
One of the greatest bands of the 60s, scored a Number One hit in the UK Singles Chart in 1968 with The Legend of Xanadu. Their other top 10 UK hits included Hideaway, Hold Tight!, Bend It!, Save Me!, Touch Me, Zabadak! and Bend It! was a big hit in Europe, including a Number One in Germany. UK and European sales were over one million Bend It! was later used in an episode of the American animated sitcom Futurama entitled The Mutants Are Revolting.
The band were big sellers elsewhere in the world, In New Zealand, the group had three number one hits, and 7 other songs reached the top 10. In Australia, they reached the top 10 with Hold Tight!, Bend It!, Zabadak! and The Legend of Xanadu. In Canada, the band scored two top 10 hits with Zabadak!, which reached #1, and The Legend of Xanadu.
A British pop, R&B and rock group formed in North London, England in 1965. They are best remembered for their million-selling chart-topper “Baby, Come Back”, though they had several other chart hits in the UK and Europe. Eddy Grant founded the group with Pat Lloyd, John Hall, and brothers Derv and Lincoln Gordon, and they were noted as being the first major interracial rock group in the UK and one of the few racially mixed bands of the era.
A four-piece British pop group in the 1960s and early 70s, best known for their hit Jesamine which reached number 2 in 1968. The new Casuals are a result of member changes over the years’ but the legend continues with the band performing Casuals hits plus a selection of great songs from the 60s. A superb five-piece show band.
Sixties Invasion Reviews
‘Brilliant’ The Mail on Sunday
‘Five Stars’ Len Stewart, The Beat
‘Best 60s show around’ Jon Martin BBC Somerset
‘Incredible Show’ BBC Tees
‘Best 60s show touring the UK’ Mark Fields, The Stage