|Date:||December 10, 2017|
|Address:||Avenida Dr. Severo Ochoa 13 Benidorm, Alicante|
|Phone:||+34 96 585 16 60|
BROTHERHOOD OF MAN & MUD II at the Benidorm Palace
Brotherhood of Man first became known internationally in the early 70s with hits like United we Stand and Where are you going to my love. The line up of Nicky Stevens, Sandra Stevens, Martin Lee and Lee Sheriden followed on with the continental success of Lady and the million seller Kiss me kiss your baby.
In 1976 they won the Eurovision Song Contest with Save your kisses for me, which sold over five million copies. It was number one in 33 different countries including the UK where it was number 1 for six weeks.
The group followed on with two more British number 1’s, Angelo and Figaro, and a string of other hits and five hit albums, altogether earning 26 Platinum, Gold and Silver Discs.
The three number 1’s, and most of the other hits, were written by Lee Sheriden and Martin Lee with Tony Hiller who have each won three Ivor Novello Awards.
Mud II: The sad passing of Les Gray left a massive void on the 70’s circuit, but now the sound and hits so well nurtured and performed by Les continue courtesy of his estate and band members who played and performed alongside him. The band now performs all those hits with energy and accuracy. The tight vocal harmonies and gritty guitar work so reminiscent of the original band are perfectly replicated in a show that will have everybody stomping their Tigerfeet.
Since this line-up emerged in 2005 they have played in many festivals, concert halls and theatres and worked with artists and groups such as Slade, Roy Wood, The Rubettes, Showaddywaddy ,The Hollies, The Troggs, Dave Dee, Dozy Beaky ,Mick and Tich, Alvin Stardust,The Glitter Band and Les McKeowns Bay City Rollers.
There is an option of a meal for an additional €8. Doors open at 7pm.