Dean Friedman lined up for Shropshire venue

A singer who penned one of the 1970s best-selling hits is set to make an appearance in Shrewsbury this autumn.
Dean Friedman, who has a loyal international following, has chosen Henry Tudor House, off Wyle Cop, as one of the stages for his new tour.
He will appear at the venue on October 26 and will perform the classic hit ‘Lucky Stars’, which zoomed to the top of the UK singles charts, going instantly gold.

Graham Jenkins, proprietor of Henry Tudor House, said that Friedman’s consummate songwriting and performing have earned him a loyal international following, devoted to the sophisticated, funny and profound work of a master songsmith.

He added that he was looking forward to the event, which would form part of a line up of gigs by musical ‘legends’ later this year.
Kiki Dee, Beverley Craven, China Crisis and Julia Fordham will all perform at the popular Shrewsbury premises this autumn.
“We have worked hard to create a really great music venue here, with professional staging, lighting and great acoustics, and all these musical ‘legends’ and our audiences seem to appreciate as we expect all the gigs to sell out,” Graham added.


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