Fusion Abba tribute duo are making a big impression with venues across the North West UK with their fantastic show.
This is a polished and fun tribute wowing audiences in hotels and golf clubs. The duo is available for private parties and corporate events including a tour of IKEA stores every summer for the past few years.
The Fusion Abba tribute girls love what they do and it shows on stage where they have lots of fun and ensure the audience do too. Their show is fun, full of energy and most importantly highly entertaining.
Fusion Abba – Tribute Duo North West
The tribute show is available as a 1 hour show or 2 x 45 minute sets. It is fully self-contained complete with lighting and backdrop and is based in Manchester South. ABBA were honoured at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005, when their hit “Waterloo” was chosen as the best song in the competition’s history.
The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. In 2015, their song “Dancing Queen” was inducted into the Recording Academy’s Grammy Hall of Fame. ABBA has never officially announced the end of the group, but it has long been considered dissolved.
Their final public performance together as ABBA was on the British TV programme The Late, Late Breakfast Show (live from Stockholm) on 11 December 1982. While reminiscing on “The Day Before You Came”, Ulvaeus said: “we might have continued for a while longer if that had been a number one”.
In January 1983, Fältskog started recording sessions for a solo album, as Lyngstad had successfully released her album Something’s Going On some months earlier. Ulvaeus and Andersson, meanwhile, started songwriting sessions for the musical Chess. British manager Simon Fuller announced in a statement in October 2016 that the group would be reuniting to work on a new ‘digital entertainment experience’. The project will feature the members in their “life-like” hologram form based on their late 1970s tour and is set to launch by the spring of 2019. (Wikipedia)
Slideshow produced from a ‘live appearance’ video – ©Spot On Entertainment Ltd (UK).