Rock and Roll Enterprises presents:
Chas and Dave return for and exclusive Midlands show live at The Robin 2.
Chas and Dave will be performing all the classic hits ‘Gercha’, ‘Rabbit’, ‘Margate’, ‘Ain’t No Pleasing You’, ‘London Girls’, ‘Snooker Loopy’….
In 2013 Chas & Dave marked the 50th anniversary of their friendship by signing a new record deal with Warner Music Entertainment and releasing their first new studio album in since 1987’s "Flying". "That’s What Happens" was recorded at Studio 2, Abbey Road – "The Beatles Room" – with Grammy-winning bluesman Joe Henry (Solomon Burke, Allen Toussaint, Elvis Costello & Bonnie Raitt) on production duties. It saw Chas and Dave return to their roots with a collection of early R&B, skiffle and rock n’ roll classics alongside new takes on songs of their own. The album highlighted their finely-honed, versatile musicianship and intricate vocal harmonies and featured a crack team of musicians and special guests including guitarists Albert Lee and Martin Taylor, Buddy Holly and The Crickets’ drummer J. I Allison and on keys Jools Holland and Hugh Laurie. Upon release the album quickly became a firm favourite with critics and fans alike and put Chas & Dave back in the upper reaches of the UK album charts for the first time in a generation. They finished the year by not only appearing at the Royal Variety Performance for the first time, but providing the show’s finale piece – with the likes of Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Jessie J and many others joining them on stage to sing "London Girls".
They confirmed their resurgence in 2014 by selling out their first ever headline show at the Royal Albert Hall and being presented with the Nordoff Robbins Icon award at a ceromony that included fellow award winners such as Tom Jones, Pharrell, Jimmy Page, and Paloma Faith. And in 2015 they were invited to perform at the VE Day 70 concert at Royal Horseguards in front of 15,000 people and a live BBC 1 audience to commemorate the 70th anniversary of VE Day.
Plus DJs playing classic 60, 70, 80s