Music Legends Coming To St George’s Hall, Bradford This Spring

Multi-platinum selling singer, saxophonist, producer and songwriter Curtis Stigers comes to St George’s Hall on Wednesday 30 March as part of a Worldwide tour.

Curtis first appeared in the early 90s with hit songs I Wonder Why and You’re All That Matters To Me which have become soul classics over the years. His rendition of Nick Lowe’s (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace Love and Understanding was included in the massively successful soundtrack of The
Bodyguard film selling over 40 million copies.

Since 2001 Curtis Stigers has pursued a career as a first class jazz singer with seven albums out so far and many awards under his belt.

Over the years Curtis has performed and recorded with Eric Clapton, Elton John, Prince, Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker, George Benson, The Allman Brothers Band and many more. He has performed at most major jazz festivals and iconic jazz clubs around the world and is a regular at concert halls on both sides of the Atlantic.

Barbara Dickson is making a welcome return to St George’s Hall on Saturday 2 April, as part of her Time Is Going Faster UK tour. Audiences are in for a real treat as she will be performing both classic and more recent material from her extraordinary canon of music across both pop and folk, all with her exceptional band.

As a multi-million selling recording artist with an equally impressive Olivier Award winning acting career, Barbara Dickson OBE has long since cemented her status as one of the UK’s best-loved performers.

Emerging from the Scottish Folk Revival of the 1960s, Barbara Dickson became the biggest selling Scottish female album artist of all time, earning 6 platinum, 11 gold and 7 silver albums.

Known to a wider audience in the 1970s and 1980s with hits including Answer Me, Another Suitcase in Another Hall, The Caravan Song and I Know Him So Well, Barbara Dickson enjoyed ten years of chart success as a pop star. So much was her contribution that she was awarded an OBE from Her Majesty The Queen in 2002 for Services to Music and Drama.

As an actress, she has appeared in the award-winning theatre productions, John, Paul, George, Ringo and Bert, Blood Brothers and Spend, Spend, Spend. She was the original Mrs Johnstone and Willy Russell’s muse.

After a musical odyssey of 50 years creating music, playing guitar and piano, acting, and songwriting this tour is a culmination of her journey thus far. Barbara will perform a wonderful range of material drawing on her folk roots as well as performing globally known hits.

Image by Brian Aris

Curtis Stigers
Wednesday 30 March 2022, 7.30pm
Tickets £29.50
Concessions: £2 off

Barbara Dickson: Time Is Going Faster
Saturday 2 April 2022, 7.30pm
Tickets £37 – £34
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