Tribute show to Nat King Cole to mark 100 years since singers birth
PUBLISHED: 16:39 18 March 2019 | UPDATED: 16:39 18 March 2019
The music of Nat King Cole will ring through the theatre at Cromer Pier in the year that marks a centenary since his birth.
Andy Abraham will pay tribute to Cole - one of the 20th Century’s most popular jazz singers - in a concert at the Pavilion Theatre on April 5.
Mr Abraham, who has appeared on ITV’s X Factor, said: “I feel extremely honoured that I get to celebrate a true legend in this way. This show really targets people who share my enjoyment of Nat’s music. His legacy, which has lived long in the industry, is something I really admire, and I think the fact that his music is still widely regarded as some of the best the industry, demonstrates the sheer impact he had on the world.”
The show will be a mix of commentary and performances of Cole’s most-loved songs, for more information, visit www.cromerpier.co.uk.
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