Broadcasting legend Mike Sweeney takes to the stage in a show packed with sixties classics.

Together with special guest Ray Ennis from the original Swinging Blue Jeans, broadcasting legend Mike Sweeney takes to the stage in a show packed with the very best of sixties music!

As lead singer of The Salford Jets, Mike had a string of hit singles in the seventies and eighties including Who You Looking At and Gina I’ve Got A Cortina. His music career has also seen him fronting sixties hit band The Mindbenders (Groovy Kind of Love – which later became a massive hit for Phil Collins) during the eighties and nineties. Mike is currently the host of BBC Radio Manchester’s Morning Show, where his absolute authority on music (particularly the sounds of the sixties) coupled with his funny and straight-talking views unsurprisingly draws flocks of fans every day.

Ray Ennis achieved chart success with the original Swinging Blue Jeans with some of the most iconic rock and roll songs ever made – Hippy Hippy Shake, Good Golly Miss Molly and You’re No Good, to name just a few.

Re-live magical moments of the sixties with some of the best-loved songs and performers the decade has produced!

Dates & Times

Last session: Sat 10 Jun 2023 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met
£21 (inc fees)

Lift access to the Derby Hall

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