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Phil Richards

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Neil Diamond Tribute

 Phil began his  professional musical career at the age of 19 playing in bands around Manchester.

He studied music at the Adelphi Academy of Music in Manchester, a place well renowned for its musical talent . After few years of learning the ropes on the Northern club circuit, Phil formed his  own band touring Europe playing lucrative U.S. Canadian and British military shows across Europe.  In the late 80's Phil played keys for Winston a big show band from Wigan. Between 1990-94 he had the privilege of playing keyboards/piano for legendary 60's star Billy J Kramer. Performing At venues such as the Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, the Alexander Theatre Birmingham and many more theatres throughout the UK, also performing on live TV shows and concerts on the Continent .  
The Neil Diamond Sight and Sound show is a great atmospheric performance  , which includes videos, pictures and visuals projected onto the big screen for a truly enjoyable experience. Sit back and enjoy the great love songs - Hello, You Don't Bring Me Flowers, Love On The Rocks. Dance to classics such as Cracklin Rosie, Beautiful Noise or clap and sing along to Sweet Caroline, Song Sung Blue, whatever your mood there's a song for you.

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Phil Richards

Price packages 

From 
£165

Vocals and Keytar

Based on 2 x 45 minutes .This performance is a 1960's to 90's show , performing hit songs from these periods .

From £385

The Neil Diamond show

 

Based on 2 x 45 minutes performances.

Performing all the great love songs by Neil Diamond , included in this package is a spectacular visual show .

 

Travel surcharge : Free travel within the Market Weighton , Yorkshire area for The Vocals / Keytar show.
Free travel up to 30 miles radius of Market Weighton. Additional travel is negotiable .

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Phil Richards Media Files

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