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Bay City Rollers set for city show
7:00am Monday 26th August 2013 in News
LES McKeown has done a lot and seen a lot since becoming the fresh-faced lead singer of the Bay City Rollers at the age of 18.
In his own words, he and his band “conquered” and “tartanised” the world. But now, some 40 years since soaring to world domination, the Scotsman is back on tour and heading for Chelmsford.
Playing in the same way as they did in 1974, the Bay City Rollers are performing at the Civic Theatre, on Sunday, September 18.
Les said: “The show’s a great night of reminiscing and singing the old songs. People remember the songs better than I do!
“It’s the Bay City Rollers story, with a little bit of history and some anecdotes about things that have happened to us.
“I’m doing a covers album as well as some new, original material, but this show’s for the fans. It’s a Bay City Rollers Show – there’s nothing new. It’s a fun night and a party night.
“I’m really looking forward to it. It’s been a lot of work but hopefully it will all come good.”
For tickets and information on when you can catch the band, go to www.lesmckeown.com
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