There are Three Steps To Heaven for rock’n’roll fans when veteran pop-stars, Showaddywaddy play a gig at the New Theatre, Oxford, next month.
The self-proclaimed “Greatest Rock & Roll Band In The World” are celebrating 40 years in the business although only two original members now remain.
Formed in the 1970s in Leicester from several local bands, the group has sold more than 20 million records and have toured the world.
The show features all of their biggest hits, many of which reached number one in the pop charts of Europe.
There have been more changes in the band’s personnel since 2008 than at any other time in Showaddywaddy’s history, culminating in the retirement of Dave Bartram in December 2011.
The current line up of the band is made up of original members Rod Deas and Romeo Challenger, along with Rob Hewins, Dean Loach, Paul Dixon and Andy Pelos.
So book tickets for September 12 and get ready to “Hey Rock & Roll.”
Spend an evening “Under The Moon of Love” and come and join the “Dancing Party” because “You’ve Got What It Takes”!
Check out the re-release of band’s The Sun Album: