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We have a variety of music planned for you, please scroll down to see the line up.
More bands are still to be announced - watch this space!



The Jersey Boys sound of
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
From Paul Da Vinci's Seasons


Paul is best known as the voice on the Rubettes number one single "Sugar Baby Love" which sold over 12 million copies world-wide featuring his three and a half octave voice. He had several other chart successes over the 70's and 80's as a solo artist with his own compositions "Your baby ain't your baby anymore" and "If you get hurt" and as featured vocalist on the "Tight Fit" single "Back to the Sixties part II" (Four Seasons and Hollies section lead plus harmonies).

Paul started out as a session singer, whose voice was often featured on TV ads. for BT, Harp Lager, Smiths Crisps, British Telecom and many others.

He guested on albums by Ringo Starr, Gary Moore and Jeff Wayne and did backing vocals on Top of the Pops with Elton John and Justin Hayward.

Paul went on to appear as the Narrator in the Who's Tommy at the Shaftesbury Theatre in the West End of London and starred in his own musical "Squeak" at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch. He also appeared as the Pharaoh in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat" at the Grand Theatre Swansea. Paul was also the featured vocalist in the award winning show "That'll be the day". Paul has performed with his own band at the Royal Albert Hall opening for Fats Domino and has appeared on television and in concert all over Europe and the UK. For the past three years Paul has been appearing with The Rubettes featuring Bill Hurd performing in concerts throughout Europe.



The British 'Michael Buble'
Lewis Dixon
Songs from: The Swing era, The Rat Pack and Buble

Dubbed by many as "The British Buble", Lewis is still a great performer in his own right. Whilst capable of delivering a full show of the Canadian Superstar's hits, his repertoire extends to a mix of Rat Pack, Jazz Standards and Contemporary material. His knowledge of songs is very impressive for someone of his years. In the last six months Lewis has enjoyed great success at many major corporate events

Lewis originally set his sights on being an actor, but it wasn't until Lewis was in his late teens that he decided upon a change of direction to pursue a more musical career. He was introduced to Swing and Jazz through his music teacher and from that moment he was hooked. Music had always been a passion for Lewis and his existing love for soul music coupled with his new found love for swing and jazz was the catalyst he needed to inspire him that music should be his destiny.


Lewis has been warmly embraced by the entertainment industry and his success thus far is largely down to being blessed with the perfect balance of a unique vocal talent, a relaxed and confident stage persona, and a comfortable interaction with an audience tinged with his own brand of humour.




Taboo


Taboo have beeen together for over 24 years, playing all types of engagements including concert tours, corporate and Masonic functions, clubs and showcases, and providing backing tracks on artists records. The style of music ranges from the 60s right up to the present.

The members of Taboo are,

Anne Raymond - Lead vocals, session singer on radio and television jingles,records

Ray Stiles - bass guitar, founder member of the 70s band MUD, has been a member of the legendary HOLLIES for the past 23 years. Still touring the world.

Steve Lauri - lead guitar, session player for artists such as Elaine Paige, Bucks Fizz, Now a member of The HOLLIES for the past 6 years.

Ian Parker - keyboards, graduate from the Royal Academy of Music, session musician, toured with Elkie Brookes, Joan Armatrading, Chuck Berry. Is also a member of CLANNAD and the HOLLIES.

Mark Saville - drums, session player and general musical engagements.





In addition to the great artists above who will be playing familiar hit music from 6.30pm onwards, we kick off the afternoon with new music from some of the South East's best new talent




KHY


A group composed of three solo singers coming together in harmony with one thing in common…the love of music. The name KHY is made up from the first letters of each of the boys’ names. K for Kevin, H for Hope and Y for Yemi. Pronounced like eye but with a k at the beginning.

With great melodic vocals KHY always have their audience and listeners in awe. KHY’S flirty act shows that these guys mean business when it comes on to the ladies! Ranging from their sweet melodic harmonies to their strong belting abilities and smooth performance, these guys are truly “a young force to be reckoned with”. (andy Lysandrou Truesteppers / Icecream Records /Audiomusic star)

KHY are humble and focused musicians. They juggle music and university simultaneously as they believe that education is also a gift just like their voices.

KHY have opened for the likes of Musiq Souchild, Ginuwine, Donell Jones, Chris Brown, Neyo, Montell Jordan, the game, and more recently- day 26, jagged edge, Flo Rida, Ironik and Chipmunk.

Constantly looking for new ways in which they can improve, these guys, with the ability they already possess they will be “the next big thing in the uk!” . (Omar- UK soul singer)

“I was told uk R’n’B was dead but when I heard KHY open for me back in 2006, i knew what i heard was definatly a load of bull, theses cats really impressed me. They will always be performing at my shows when I’m in the UK.” . (Ginuwine- U.S. R’n’B singer)

When posed with the usual common questions such as: “do you see yourselves as the ‘next’ boys ii men? Or jagged edge?” Or “who would you compare yourself to?” The boys from KHY usually respond with “Even though we have been greatly influenced by these great musicians we will rather not be known as the ‘next’ boys ii men or jagged edge - but rather be known as the first KHY”.

Follow KHY on their official websites, myspace, youtube and facebook:

www.khyworld.com
KHY - myspace
KHY world TV - YouTube
KHY - Facebook





Addictive Girlz


Formed in 2008 Addictive Girlz are five distinct individuals who come together and make something that is whole, their blend of pop R&B is for clubbing and dancing with a little bit of something for everyone. the group took to extensive rehearsal and recording sessions before making their debut on the 3/07/08 at Urban Flavaz the Hawth Theatre in Crawley West Sussex.

Their management company is headed by Manager / Producer Donovan Dwyer (known for his work with Teaze, Luciana, Eye Candy, Jimmy G, Impulse, Treble Rock 3, DJ Scott, Lisa D,BN3, Katie Lewis (Fame Academy) as well as a host of others: New girl band Addictive Girlz are nothing short of amazing a breath of fresh air on the music scene!

The Girlz are hitting the road this summer, performing at universities and summer gigs, as fans await the release of their eagerly anticipated 1st single nothing is going to stop these fiesty ladies from becoming Britain’s favourite girl group.

Addictive Girlz deliver blistering intense vocals, impeccable sexy image and powerful harmonies This cutting edge band has seriously started to shake things up on the music scene!

Addictive Girlz - My space
Addictive Girlz - Facebook
Addictive Girlz - Twitter








Sumari Colyn


Biog to follow.
Hear Sumari sing here













Corey


Corey has begun establishing a reputation as one of Sussex's most exciting new talents. She took up her bow at the age of 7 and became a member of the National Children's Orchestra, making a memorable tour to Italy and the island of Ischia where parts of the Hollywood film The Talented Mr Ripley were filmed.

Her fun nature makes her a popular choice for parties, wedding's and other events, including Cancer Research's previous annual fund raising bash,The Rock and Roll Ball. Corey brings a joy to her playing, making her a hit with audiences, whatever their musical taste.

At just 14 years old she is also a pianist and singer who has started writing her own songs. She believes that music is where there are no barriers, that music is for everyone.

So for those of us who may think 'classical' music is not for us, Corey will be bringing along her electric violin. She rocks!









 
 

This event is in aid of Cancer Research UK and is not run or administered by Cancer Research UK
Registered charity number 1089464 - Event is subject to licences