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- We’ll be even better than Status Quo, promises UB40 legend Ali Campbell Feb 25, 2015 The music legend who formed one of the world’s top reggae bands will provide a high energy climax to a top festival, it’s been revealed. Ali Campbell, the voice of UB40 who sold 70 million records, has been snapped up by Llangollen International Musical Festival for their closing concert on Sunday, July 12. He’ll be... Read more »
- Song-writing legend Burt Bacharach to perform in North Wales for first time Feb 11, 2015 Organisers of a top festival are celebrating after signing up Oscar-winning music legend Burt Bacharach to perform at this year’s event. Bacharach, described by many as the greatest songwriter of the 20th century, will open the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod, with an extra concert on Monday, July 6. The festival was originally due to start... Read more »
- Superstar tenor Alfie Boe promises musical magic Jan 29, 2015 Music from stage and screen at Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod Superstar tenor Alife Boe is heading back to North Wales. The classical heart-throb, has sold one and a half million records, been at number one in the classical charts many times and performed on Broadway, will be taking centre stage at this year’s Llangollen International... Read more »
- Children’s dance group from Zimbabwe come roaring to Llangollen Eisteddfod thanks to Lions Jul 11, 2014 A children’s dance group from Zimbabwe have come roaring into the Llangollen Eisteddfod thanks to a local Lions club. The newly-formed North Marches Lion’s club teamed up with the Lions Club International to bring over youngsters from the Pathway School, Chitungwiza.