‘Beyond tribute’ with Limehouse Lizzy.
16:20 17 January 2013
'More than a tribute band' - catch Limehouse Lizzy at The Palladium in Bideford on Friday, January 25.
The Palladium in Bideford hosts Celtic rock fuelled show in homage to Philip Lynott and Thin Lizzy.
ON Friday, January 25 The Palladium will greet another set of familiar faces in the form of top tribute band Limehouse Lizzy.
Renowned for an action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled show, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive at venues across the globe.
Attention to detail, charismatic audience interaction and that all important ‘X-factor’ feeling of witnessing the real thing, have led to the performance being described as ‘beyond tribute’ by both audience and critics alike.
The band has also added a tribute into the show to ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist and renowned solo artist Gary Moore, who passed away in 2011.
Fans can expect popular tracks such as Whisky in the Jar and Black Rose among the razzamatazz and classic tracks such as The Boys are Back in Town, Sarah and many more.
Tickets are available from the club on 01237 478860 or Solo Music in Barnstaple on 01271 325274. Doors open at 8pm.
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