MUSIC fans can enjoy a blast from the past with the return of 70s icons, Showaddywaddy.

The six-piece will be on stage at the Parr Hall on December 4. Boasting 23 top 40 singles, including 10 top five hits, the band enjoyed life at the top of the charts during the 70s and 80s.

In addition to their record-selling success, the band also clocked up in excess of 50 Top of the Pops performances and countless industry awards, as well as number of Royal Variety performances –even receiving a request to meet with the Queen Mother.

Career highlights included performing at the prestigious Golden Orpheus World Music Festival before a staggering TV audience of 300 million people – making history in the process by becoming the first western-world band to be screened live in communist Cuba.

Now, almost 50 years on, the band do it more for the love of it and play around 100 dates a year in the UK and Europe.

Holly Jones, from Parr Hall, said: “Enjoying four decades of incredible success, demand for these legendary performers is every bit as strong as tickets fly out for their new tour, which is set to revisit all their greatest hits.”

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