Posted on 02/12/2016
We have a fantastic line-up for SoulFest Saturday. Spanning four decades, some of the most memorable tunes ever recorded, and of course they are all playing live!
Alexander O’Neal will headline the SoulFest Saturday of Irlam Live 17 on 3rd June. A career spanning more than 30 years, his ‘Hearsay’ album was one of the best from the eighties and went Gold in the US and 3x Platinum in the UK. If You Were Here Tonight, Fake, Criticize, All True Man, The Lovers and many more, he also featured on Cherrelle’s dancing floor favourites Saturday Love and Never Knew Love Like This.
Also playing the SoulFest Saturday at Irlam Live 2017 is…
Dave Finnegan’s Commitments. The original head-butting drummer Mickah Wallace and various cast members from Alan Parker’s black comedy, The Commitments are ‘heading’ to Irlam Live 17. Take Me To The River, Hard To Handle, Treat Her Right, Higher and Higher, Midnight Hour, 25 Miles To Go, Land Of A 1000 Dances, Mr. Pitiful, Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, You Can Keep Your Hat On, Try A Little Tenderness and of course the mighty Mustang Sally. Hope you have your dancing shoes on.
Imagination ft Leee John, one of the best R&B bands from the eighties were just as pleasing to watch as they are to listen to. Body Talk, In And Out Of Love, Flashback, Just An Illusion, Music and Lights.
Odyssey will put the Disco Groove into Irlam Live, cramming all their big hit into what promises to be an electric 60 minutes set. Native New Yorker, Use It Up and Wear It Out, If You’re Lookin’ for a Way Out, Going Back to My Roots, Inside Out and the rare groove classic Don’t Tell Me Tell Her.
K Klass, awesome soulful melodies over a dance groove is really going to get the party started. Their big hits were Rhythm Is A Mystery, What You’re Missing and ‘Let Me Show You Love.
The Wailers are coming to town with the legendary Junior Marvin leading the line, performing all the songs we know and love. We are absolutely thrilled to bring The Wailers featuring Junior Marvin to Irlam Live 2017. Junior Marvin joined the Wailers in the seventies and since Bob Marley died in 1981 has continued to play with The […]READ MORE