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VenueVictoria Hall
From6th December 2015
To6th December 2015
What is currently on at Victoria Hall (V169339333)

Glitz, Blitz and 70s Hitz

Glitz, Blitz and 70s HitzT401674381
The early 70s spawned a sensational new era within pop history when Glam Rock hit the charts with exciting artists such as T-Rex, Sweet and Mud. Now three of the biggest original stars of that era come together for the first time ever to bring you pure unadulterated foot stomping 70s hits.

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Sweet are a rock music phenomena, the quintessential glam rockers who have spent over three years in the UK charts, sold over 55 million records and have had 34 number 1 hits including their hit 'Blockbuster', still playing to sell out audiences around the world. The members of Mud 2 combine their talents to keep the sound and hits so well nurtured and performed by Les Gray alive. Mud found fame in the 1970s when their hit 'Tiger Feet' became the biggest selling single of 1974, the same year that 'Lonely This Christmas' became the Christmas #1 and their music is as well loved today as it was then. The Rubettes (featuring Alan Williams) are best known for their hit 'Sugar Baby Love' that spent five weeks at no.1 in the UK and sold 8 million copies worldwide. They had a further 15 international hits which established them as one of the true icons of 70's Glam.


Group/Band Sweet
Group/Band Mud2
Group/Band The Rubettes

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