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Rod Stewart tribute Some Guys Have All The Luck comes to the New Theatre Royal, Lincoln

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Direct from the West End, Rod Stewart tribute Some Guys Have All The Luck returns to New Theatre Royal Lincoln on Wednesday (May 4).

The show follows the singer’s journey from street busker to international superstar.

Paul Metcalfe delivers an authentic and charismatic performance as Rod Stewart, from the distinctive vocals to his showmanship.

Some Guys Have All The Luck
Some Guys Have All The Luck

He said: “I absolutely love it and I feel very lucky that other people seem to love it as well.

“When I’m on stage I go into another world and do things I wouldn’t normally dream of doing.

“The show has come on massively since we started. The music, the lighting, the set, and the video backdrops have all come on a lot. Fortunately, the audience seem to agree.”

The production charts Rod Stewart’s career chronologically and highlights some of the significant strokes of luck that helped the rock legend during his stellar career.

It also features songs from Rod Stewart’s time with The Faces, as well as a full concert production in the second half of the show with classic hits including Maggie May, Baby Jane, Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?, Sailing and You’re In My Heart.

“Rod’s music brings back a lot of memories for people, and everyone can remember the first time they heard Maggie May,” said Paul.

“Rod has such an amazing back catalogue of songs and such variety as well. Wonderful ballads, joyful upbeat songs and some great rockers as well.”

Nashville comes to the New Theatre Royal on Monday (May 2) with The Legends Of American Country show.

Its 2022 tour will feature tributes to icons such as Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Don William, Patsy Cline, and Kenny Rogers, as well as Hank Williams, Charley Pride, Glen Campbell, Tammy Wynette and Jim Reeves.

Their classic tracks are performed by professional singers in Joe Moore, Tracey McAuley and Anthony McBrien who are accompanied by a live band of musicians with an authentic western sound to transport audiences all the way hand-clapping and toe-tapping to Nashville.

With such an impressive catalogue of artists, audiences can expect to hear plenty of hit songs and witness an incredible country celebration.

The show has already been seen by more than 350,000 fans and won the Hot Country TV Award for best country show in Europe in 2021.

The Fleetwood Mac Legacy is at the venue on Sunday (May 1) paying tribute to the band’s Rumours’ line-up with performances of classic tracks.

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