SINGER songwriter Gilbert O’Sullivan is back on tour to promote a brand new album - and we have tickets to be won.
He accumulated no fewer than 14 top 40 hits, including Clair, Alone Again (Naturally), Get Down and Nothing Rhymed, with number one singles on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as four top-five UK albums.
And he will be entertaining fans with a live show at Sheffield City Hall on Monday, February 28, 2011.
His live performances showcase his tremendous musical abilities and he will be joined on stage for a two hour show with his 12-piece band, including a string quartet.
Gilbert shot to fame with his Bisto Kid image of grey flannel suit, flat cap, school tie, football socks and hobnail boots.
Both Clair and Get Down were number one hit singles in Britain. Then came his two million seller Alone Again (Naturally), which also topped the charts in the USA for six weeks in 1972.
He recorded 11 albums, including the UK Top 20 single, What’s In A Kiss? in 1981, and toured extensively in Europe and Japan.
Now he’s back with Gilbertsville, his new tour which takes its title from his latest album recorded in Nashville, out on Monday.
It also features his pal, UK comedian Harry Hill, reciting a short poem by Gilbert.
Tickets for his Sheffield City Hall gig are £24.50 each, may be subject to a booking fee.
VIP Hospitality tickets are also available at £76.50 each.
This includes best seats in the house, three course dinner with coffee, individual bottle of Champagne, unlimited mineral water and orange juice, 1/2 bottle wine with meal or two bottled beers, interval drink with service, access to room post show with mini cash bar facility and dedicated waiting staff.
Guarantee your seats. Book in person, call 0114 2789 789 or buy online at sheffieldcityhall.co.uk
For a chance to win one of three pairs, email us your full name, address and phone numbers, with Gilbert O’Sullivan Competition in the subject field, at email@example.com by deadline on Friday, February 4, 2011, 10am.
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