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Toploader and Andrew Cole to join Tom Jones at Chesterfield concert

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Sir Tom Jones will be joined by Toploader and Andrew Cole at his concert at the Proact Stadium on Saturday, June 7.

Guaranteed to get fans ‘Dancing In The Moonlight’, Toploader have come a long way since the release of the hauntingly catchy ‘Achilles Heel’ in 1999.

Two top-five albums, six top-twenty hits and two million record sales have made them one of indie’s shining lights. Capable of funky blues-rock and soaring string balladry, just try resisting the urge to sing along and tap your feet.

The band line-up is Joseph Washbourn, Dan Hipgrave, Rob Green and Matt Knight.

With a unique and powerful voice, Andrew Cole’s music translates into a powerful vision that only he alone could have. His charisma and infectious humour draw you in from first listen. Born in Toronto and raised in Liverpool, Andrew has combined his Canadian roots and Brit rock sensibility into something truly his own.

Most recently, Andrew completed working on ‘VOICES AT 4AM’ - a two-song EP that guests Tom Cochrane on vocals, with Rusty Anderson on guitar (Paul McCartney), Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp, Bob Seger, Elton John, John Fogerty, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Meat Loaf, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Jon Bon Jovi) on drums, Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction) on bass, and a guitar cameo by Alex Lifeson of RUSH.

The project was produced by Chris Potter, most known for his work as long-term collaborator and producer of The Verve and Richard Ashcroft. Among the other artists that Potter has worked with include The Clash, Mick Jagger, and Paul McCartney.

See Tom Jones live at the Proact Stadium for one night only! Tickets can be purchased in person from the ticket office at the Proact or phone 01246 209765 (option 1). Alternatively, they can be bought online via www.ticketmaster.co.uk or phone 0844 844 0444.

A limited number of hospitality packages are still available. Please phone 01246 209765 (option 4) for further details.

 

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