AS GARY BARLOW
Quite simply, Dan Hadfield is the go-to Gary Barlow tribute artiste in the entertainment industry. Having both sung with Gary himself as well as doubling as his lookalike on television over the years, Dan is the leading and unrivalled choice for all private and corporate engagements.
His Gary Barlow Show includes all of the greatest hits of both Take That and Gary Barlow, including numbers such as Rule The World, Greatest Day, A Million Love Songs, Relight My Fire, Shine, Since I Saw You Last, Let Me Go, Back For Good and many, many more.
A professional singer and a widely-acclaimed performer, Dan has received great praise over the years for his performances, not only from Gary Barlow, but from other highly respected figures in the industry. Susan Boyle is a big fan of Dan's, and Eliot Kennedy, Ivor Novello recipient and writer of Everything Changes, Picture Of You and Say You'll Be There, described Dan as uncanny in his resemblance and performance as Gary, whom he has been best friends with for over three decades:
'Dan almost IS Gary when he steps out on stage to do his tribute to my good friend. It really is uncanny!" - Eliot Kennedy.
Martin Herbet discovered Helme busking outside Woolworths department store in York's Coney Street. Impressed by Helme's version of The Rolling Stones song, "No Expectations", he requested a demo tape and passed it on to Squire. Squire went to see Helme perform at Fibbers on 26 May and 16 June 1996. Another gig was then arranged at the Roadhouse venue in Manchester, where Squire invited Helme to join his new band, for which he had already recruited bassist Stuart Fletcher.
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This Saturday it’s the monthly Stone Sugar Jamboree.
The finest original bands from around the area showcasing new music for you all to hear.
It’s very quickly becoming our favourite night of the month!!