Gary Barlow Lookalike “Official” Dan Hadfield can booked for corporate events, private parties, weddings and personal engagements. Dan works endlessly around the UK covering PR events, publicity stunts and media events.
He is recognised as unquestionably the best and most authentic lookalike and tribute artiste in the entertainment industry. Performing all over the world with his solo show he appears in the UK with Totally Take That.
His uncanny resemblance in looks, mannerisms and vocal performance have left audiences stunned at the likeness to Gary himself. Clients include BBC, ITV, Syco Entertainment, Cancer Research, Virgin Media, Samsung, David Wilson Homes, Butlins, Gala Bingo and Thomson Holidays.
The booking options are: Gary Lookalike, Gary Barlow tribute singer, Gary Barlow member of top tribute band Totally Take That. Various price options apply. Accommodation and travel are additional extras when needed.
Gary Barlow Lookalike ‘Official’ Promotion
Dan the Gary Barlow Lookalike covers all the popular Gary Barlow songs in his set should he be booked as a tribute singer. He first appeared with the real Gary Barlow on the Xtra Factor in 2011 and in 2013 he was voted Britain’s Best Lookalike.
In 1986, when Barlow was fifteen years old, he entered a BBC Pebble Mill at One Christmas song competition with “Let’s Pray for Christmas”. After reaching the semi-finals, he was invited to London’s West Heath Studios to record his song. This inspired him to perform on the northern club circuit, singing cover versions and his own songs.
Barlow’s first performance was at the Connah’s Quay Labour Club in the late 1980s and he was paid £18 per performance on Saturday evenings. (Wikipedia)
If you can’t book the real thing book Dan Hadfield lookalike and tribute singer.
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