ACTOR and musician Dennis Locorriere is best known as the lead singer of the 70s pop group Dr Hook and he will performing some of the band’s greatest hits as well as his own solo work at Huntingdon Hall on Friday, May 11 (8pm).
Dr Hook collated more than 60 gold and platinum records and had number one hits in more than 42 countries with classics like Sylvia’s Mother, When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman, A Little Bit More and the original version of The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan.
Aside from his success with Dr Hook, Locorriere has appeared on the big screen alongside Dustin Hoffman, starred at New York City’s Lincoln Centre in the acclaimed one-man play The Devil And Billy Markham and has written songs that have been recorded by a wide variety of other artists including Bob Dylan, Jerry Lee Lewis and Olivia Newton-John.
He was also special guest with Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings for their UK tour in 2008 and at Joe Brown’s 50th Anniversary Concert at The Royal Albert Hall the same year.
Locorriere released his first solo album Out of the Dark in 1999, and has now played to more than 150,000 people on his own tours.
Tickets for his performance cost £20 and are available from the Box Office on 01905 611427 or at www.huntingdonhall.co.uk
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