Sep 21 2017
1980s hitmaker to play The Black Box Theatre in October
If you have been watching Top Of The Pops from 1984, Thursday and Friday nights on BBC4, you will have have seen Nik Kershaw all over those episodes, scoring big hits with 'Wouldn't It Be Good?' and 'I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me'.
Instead of just witnessing him as a piece of enjoyable TV nostalgia, Galway can see the man himself, in person and in concert, performing those very songs at the Black Box Theatre on Thursday October 5 at 8pm.
Described by Elton John as “the best songwriter of his generation”, Kershaw took up guitar at 15 after watching a documentary on David Bowie. After three years working as a civil servant, he became a professional musician, playing in jazz fusion and functions bands.
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