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“The Golden Anniversary Tour”
RAYMOND FROGGATT a stalwart of the music industry, a star 50 years in the making.
Froggie has spent 50 years treading the boards, writing and singing songs that have been covered by so many other artists.
Song writer for Sir Cliff Richards for ten years, the Dave Clark five covered one of Froggies compositions back in the day, and had a massive hit record.
There are not many artists that Froggie has not written for or recorded with, but to name a couple, the legendary Isaac Hayes, the now knighted Sir Elton John.
Froggie counts among his many friends, Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath, friends since childhood, they grew up just around the corner from each other and were, in and out of each other’s homes, a friendship which endures today.
Chosen by many visiting acts to accompany them on their UK European tours, the list is endless
His concerts are sold out across the country and abroad, Froggie writes and sings his own songs mesmerising his audience, making them laugh with one of his many stories or cry with emotion with a song that touches the heart like no other. Raymond has released another album of songs to coincide with this new tour.
Still today his songs are recorded by major artists; add to this that in in 1992, he became an author. Raymond released his autobiography telling stories of his earlier years in the music business.
|Sun 19 Jul 2015||19:30|
£15, concessions £1 off (f)
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Leave the A55 at Junction 27 (St. Asaph) and turning right at the roundabout follow the signs for Rhyl (A525). Continue on the dual carriageway following the signs for Rhyl. At the Sainsbury’s roundabout continue straight ahead to the next smaller roundabout and continue straight ahead still following the signs for Rhyl.
Take the 10th turning on the right in to Prince Edward Avenue. Take the 5th turning on the left in to Grange Road (B5119). Follow the road across the Grange Road Bridge and at the foot of the bridge as the road bends to the left, turn right in to Brighton Road. Follow the road round as it turns left in to Churton Road. At the next crossroads continue straight ahead in to St. Asaph Street. At the T-junction turn right in to East Parade (B5118).
The Pavilion Theatre is on now on your left next to The Sun Centre. Free Parking is available in the car park to the right of the Theatre.
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