Soul & Motown Weekend
Returning to Trelawne Manor is our ever popular Soul & Motown Weekend 17th- 20th May 2019
Trelawne Manor Holiday Park 17th - 20th May 2019
Friday 17th May
The Dream Supremes
Welcome to the World of the Dream Supreme’s as they transport you back to a time of graceful singers, elegant shimmering costumes, earthy but soaring songs and vigorous bass with a throbbing beat! Re-live & experience the glitz, glamour and sheer vitality of the Motown Era recreated at one of Dream Supreme’s Stunning Shows! Introducing our lovely Dreamettes who started off humbly in their parent’s front room (that’s right they’re all sisters!) they tell a story of how one small idea can lead to much bigger things.
The Lead Singer and unrivalled Star of the Show is Keri Arrindell - a singer, songwriter, model and Grand Finalist on the famous X Factor Talent Show. She is celebrated for her soulful voice and excellent vocal range, bring in Sharlene as Mary Wilson and Jennifer as Florence Ballard and the package is complete as the sisters generate a harmonious backing to Keri’s striking lead. The sisters have a family history in entertainment, their father an accomplished musician and singer & mother have always encouraged & supported the girls desire to perform.
The girls have toured Nationwide performing at many prestigious venues including Pontins, Warner Leisure and Butlins. So come to a Dream Supreme Show! Meet the family and experience the thrilling tones of the 60’s, 70’ and 80’s. Where you can dance the night away and Dare to Dream!
Saturday May 18th
The Magic Platters
The Platters are here. They are always here. In truth, the most famous American vocal group is insuperable, like their everlasting calling card — the timeless “Only You.”
Of course, the original vocalists are no longer here. But one should remember the original lineup — built around the voice of the first group leader Tony Williams — has often changed as well.
And this has been the case since the 1960s. Over the last 50 years, more than 100 artists have been Platters. It's not easy to get, often very strong, personalities to work together. However, what keeps the Platters image alive is the talent of the big crooners, who at some point in their lives, had the desire to perform "The Great Pretender", to vocalise "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," or to sing "My Prayer" ever so gently.
A supreme reward: in 1990, The Platters had the great honor of entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the famous museum in Cleveland reserved for the biggest stars ... of rock 'n roll. During this time, the group had many different formations. Some ex-group members made their own way with the group's repertoire, sometimes accompanied by lawsuits for the use of the Platters brand name. Yet the formula which continues to dazzle the entire planet is the one put in place by the historic group leader Buck Ram.
William Hicks as Barry White
William Hicks as Barry White– Hailing from Atlanta Georgia USA William Hicks has carved out a career in his own right and is “known for a being a big man with a big voice” and what better voice and presence could there be to pay tribute to and celebrate the music of the legend that is Mr Barry White.
William Hicks tours with his own live orchestra and three piece female group the Soul Sisters with the intention to bring to you an experience as close to real man and his music as possible.
With incredible attention to detail and an outstanding performance by William Hicks this show is simply amazing!
Sunday May 19th
Hamilton Browne band - Tribute to Lionel Richie and The Commodores
Hamilton Browne is without doubt, the No1 LIONEL RICHIE TRIBUTEaround today. His uncanny resemblance to one of the most resilient Legends of Motown LIONEL RICHIE prompted the BBC to invite Hamilton to guest alongside Lionel (himself) on the Graham Norton Show. Before Hamilton embarked on his tribute show, he was travelling the world with such icons of soul as 4 TOPS, PERCY SLEDGE, DETROIT EMERALDS, ODDESSY etc, performing his hugely successful SOUNDS OF SOUL SHOW. A show not to be missed!