Introducing Little Miss Sixties
The Swinging Sixties will have never seemed more swinging or indeed more Sixties when the Bringing On Back The 60’s show comes to King’s Lynn’s Corn Exchange in April.
This fast-moving show starring New Amen Corner is a must for lovers of 60’s music with its stunning multimedia presentation and special guest appearance from multi award-winning Nancy Ann Lee “Little Miss Sixties”.
The New Amen Corner are one of the hardest working and most highly respected acts on the Sixties circuit in the UK and around Europe.
With multiple British Sixties tours under their belt, the master-revivalists enjoy an unparalleled reputation that has grown through backing some of the biggest names of the Sixties (Chris Farlowe, Peter Noone, Chris Montez, Mike Pender and many more) and also from the energy and authenticity of their own shows.
With keen attention to detail, New Amen Corner provide the ultimate journey through the decade that defined pop music.
Nancy Ann Lee is also known as Little Miss Sixties, throughout UK and mainland Europe.
Nancy has toured as support with Marti Wilde, Eden Kane and Mike Berry.
She’s also been nominated and won British Country Music Awards multiple times.
With her strong vocal ability she can sing the songs that we all know and love from the iconic 60s era.
Little Miss Sixties will be backed by the New Amen Corner for that authentic 60s sound, bringing that female element to an already fantastic show.
Whether you come to this show to relive your childhood memories or you just simply want to see what your parents have been raving about for all these years, come and experience the musical phenomena of the 1960s for yourself. This show is a must for you.
This is a show full of timeless classics performed with the most authentic 60’s sound accompanied by, on the large screen, all the visual effects to complement a performance never to be forgotten.
Bringing On Back The 60s will keep 60s music alive for many generations to come.
The show is on at the Corn Exchange on Sunday, April 26. Tickets are £21.50.
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