Welcome to the latest news on the Andy Williams Tribute. Did you tune in when Dave Dean presented his Legends Show on 4 Sept 30th 2012? He was talking to Paddy O’Connell at Broadcasting House.
Dave also covers Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin and covers songs from the Swing hit makers of today such as Harry Connick Jnr and Michael Buble. His performance puts him in a class of his own. “You can’t learn it. It’s a gift.”
September 2000 saw Dave’s first appearance as the legendary crooner on Granada Television’s “Stars in their Eyes”. After performing “Music To Watch Girls By” record company BMG and Granada included the track on the “Stars in their Eyes” CD. In May 2001 Granada Television invited Andy Williams Tribute Dave to appear again singing “Let it Snow” in a seasonal special that was filmed in Lapland and screened on Christmas Day.
Andy Williams Tribute Dave Dean Bristol
On his very last UK tour, Mr Williams took time out of his busy schedule to meet Dave Dean and congratulate him on his uncanny portrayal and sound-a-like voice. Dave continues to perform the show which is a tribute to the award winning television series. It includes all those classic hits from Moon River and Solitaire to Music to Watch Girls By and of course the ever popular Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.
Romantic music in the timeless style of the world’s greatest Crooners, what could be more appropriate for your wedding entertainment? It’s a fantastic show which can be tailor-made for your special day with your choice of songs for the Cabaret, your favourite dance music during the Disco and special mentions for the guests during the evening.
Cabaret Set: Dave Dean performs a tribute to the Big Band sound and the best of the Crooners with songs by Sinatra, Williams, Nat King Cole, Harry Connick Jnr, Matt Monro, Dean Martin, Robbie Williams and many more.
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