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The Iconettes & The Hitzvilles

When:
June 28, 2018 @ 7:45 pm
2018-06-28T19:45:00+01:00
2018-06-28T20:15:00+01:00
Where:
The Black Box
Cost:
£15

The Iconettes backed by their 5pc live band – The Hitzvilles, are Northern Ireland’s own power-house divas of Motown & Soul. Celebrating your favourite ‘Girl Groups’ and ‘Soul Artistes’ hits in an exciting musical homage to The Ronettes, The Supremes, Martha and the Vandellas, Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin and much more.

Endorsed by Terri Hooley himself after their SOLD OUT show ‘Out to Lunch’ as part of The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival in Jan 18, The Iconettes now bring to The Black Box their fully live show. The Iconettes style, glamour and musical influences make this show a huge hit for lovers of Motown, Soul and early RnB. There is no comparison to this band, versatile, glamorous as well as entertaining they perform stunning harmonies 100% LIVE; as applauded during featured guest spots on BBC Radio Ulster – Gerry Kelly show and Talk Back.

This female close harmony vocal trio and their band perform a fun, tightly choreographed, interactive show and will leave you no choice but to get off your seats and go… ‘Dancing in The Street’

 

“”They interact brilliantly, with humour, grace and style, all of which works only because the core business of the music is honed to near perfection. A hugely enjoyable night out.”” – The Market Place Theatre

“Best show I’ve been to in The Old Court House, Antrim (and they’ve all been good). A fabulous night””

“If you’re into your 60’s girl groups, Motown, Soul & the great female singers of a bygone era, you’d do well to give these talented ladies a whirl! Fantastic performance with their backing band “”The Hitzvilles!”” – Party on The Pitch, Ballymoney”

 

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