The Webstars Foreverly Brothers

The Webstars Foreverly Brothers

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There will be plenty to sing along to in the first half of this “one night only” extravaganza of nostalgia, as father and son duo Terry Webster and Terry Webster Jnr impress you with their fabulous harmonies whilst performing the Greatest Hits of THE EVERLY BROTHERS – two of the most influential icons of the rock n roll era.  


After the interval, ex Rockin Berries frontman Terry brings you his Rock N Roll with Laughter show - comedy vocal impressions with special guests Jim Pitchforth and Iain Cunningham.


Terry Webster first formed a skiffle group way back in 1957. Turning to rock n roll as The Diamonds with his sister - singer Patti Brook – they toured with the big names of the early 1960's such as Emile Ford and Cliff Richard and The Shadows.


Terry then became bass guitarist for former Shadow Jet Harris touring with Little Richard, Sam Cook, Gene Vincent and Del Shannon. The Beatles joined the show at the Liverpool Empire prior to the release of their first big hit "Love Me Do". As an EMI Columbia recording artiste in 1964, Terry was given a new name Tony Brook.


Turning to comedy in the late 1960's he became frontman with the Rockin Berries. There were many TV appearances and seasons at the London Palladium supporting Tom Jones and Frankie Vaughan followed by a tour with Sacha Distel, Olivia Newton John, and Stephane Grappelli. After 20 years with “the Berries” Terry finally went solo and produced many vocal and music recordings for ‘Jive Bunny’ from his own studio.


This is a celebration of the rock n roll era like no other so grab your rockin’ shoes and get your tickets today for this amazing unmissable show!


Act 1: 7.30pm-8.30pm The Webstars Foreverly Brothers perform


Interval: 20 minutes


Act 2: 8.50pm-10pm Terry Webster Rock N' Roll with laughter - comedy vocal impersonations with guests Jim Pitchforth and Iain Cunningham


Wildman Studio