Jason Stardust presents his Top Of The Pops Party Theme Night. With more than 20 years experience, this flamboyant showman performs an unforgettable night of the greatest Glam, Pop and Rock songs of the 1970′s.
He is based in the Blackpool area and coves hits from David Essex, Wizzard, Showaddywaddy, Mud, The Sweet, Bay City Rollers plus many many more hits from top entertainer Jason Stardust.
Disco can be included in between sets for an all round party night you’ll never forget. (Also available with his 80’s show). Get the party started with Jason Le Bon’s 80′s Pop Revival as he takes you back in time to those hazy, crazy days of the 1980′s. Performing a selection of spine tingling hits from the greatest Pop Stars of the decade.
Top Of The Pops Party – Jason Stardust
With more than 20 years in the business, this flamboyant showman will have your toes tapping, feet stamping, hands clapping and dancing all night long. Jason Stardust is ideal for Cabaret, Clubs, Holiday Parks, Golf Clubs, corporate and private party bookings. These include Presentation Evenings, Fund Raisers, Fancy Dress and Christmas Parties. Sets performed: 2 x 45 minutes or 1 x 90 minutes plus encore.
Repertoire: Jason Stardust sings the greatest pop hits of the 1980′s, by: Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Kajagoogoo, Simple Minds, Aztec Camera, Dexy’s Midnight Runners, ABC, Prefab Sprout, Wang Chung, Men at Work and more of your favourites. Ideal for cabaret, fancy dress, Christmas parties, Corporate and Private functions. The set consists of 2 x 45 minutes or 1 x 90 minute set. Disco can be added for an all round party evening never to be forgotten. Rod n Faces are also available as a tribute band for your event.
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