Relive golden age of rock ‘n’ roll with classic tribute show

PUBLISHED: 09:36 11 November 2011 | UPDATED: 09:51 11 November 2011

C'mon everybody at the Queen's Theatre

C'mon everybody at the Queen's Theatre


There’ll be a Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On as C’mon Everybody returns to the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, on Wednesday, November 23 at 7.30pm.

The show celebrates the best chart-toppers from the 1950s and 60s, with songs from Bill Haley, Eddie Cochran, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Brenda Lee, Connie Francis and Duane Eddy.


C’Mon Everybody is bursting with more than 40 hits such as Rock Around the Clock, Three Steps to Heaven, Oh Boy! and C’mon Everybody.

Guitarist and music industry veteran Chris “Fender” Black has wowed audiences at home and abroad with this vibrant show for the past seven years. Paying tribute to Chuck Berry and Duane Eddy, Chris has been strumming the guitar for 55 years and is loved for his boundless energy and charisma.

He has worked with numerous British and US artists and made many TV and radio appearances.

He is joined by a talented team of tribute artists who have played with the likes of Carl Perkins, Jerry and the Pacemakers, The Jets, Bill Haley’s Comets, Jet Harris, Tommy Bruce, Showaddywaddy and Alvin Stardust. They are: Johnny Duke (as Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly and Bill Haley), Debbie Denton (as Connie Francis), Linda Mae (as Brenda Lee), keyboardist Jerry Marshall (as Jerry Lee Lewis), saxophonist Dave Dix, bassist Vanessa Rose, Dave Manning on drums and the dazzling Blackettes.

n Tickets are £17.50 from the box office on 01708 443333 or

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