Music at King’s Hall this Summer

The only show to be endorsed by the Cash Family, The Johnny Cash Roadshow is back and better than ever with a brand new show. Returning to King’s Hall, Ilkley on Friday 17 June. This year award-winning Clive John pays homage to Cash’s career as the Man In Black, alongside his iconic wife June Carter (Meghan Thomas) the Roadshow Horns. 

Featuring all the hits including Walk the Line, Ring of Fire, Get Rhythm, Orange Blossom Special and Boy Named Sue along-side some of the darker more atmospheric songs from the later American Recordings such as The Man Comes Around and Hurt.

Gordy Marshall toured and recorded with The Moody Blues for twenty-five years, now together with Mick Wilson (lead singer of 10CC for twenty years) they present a super-group of world class musicians, singers and songwriters and meticulously recreate the elegance of a Moody Blues Concert. 

GO NOW! The Music of The Moody Blues is coming to King’s Hall, Ilkley on Thursday 23 June. In this show, all the classic hits are celebrated, including Nights in White Satin, Go Now, Tuesday Afternoon, Legend of a Mind (Timothy Leary’s Dead), I Know You’re Out There Somewhere, Question, Isn’t Life Strange plus Forever Autumn and a show-stealing rendition of Eve of the War from Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds.

Multi-million selling soul band The Real Thing give their much loved disco inspired hits a new lease of life in this funky show, with the band’s classic songs mixed with contemporary grooves. Original vocalists, Chris Amoo and Dave Smith, perform their many hits including You To Me Are Everything, Can’t Get By Without You and Feel The Force, plus many more live on stage with their own fantastic five-piece band. Coming to King’s Hall, Ilkley on Friday 24 June. 

Something About George: The George Harrison Story is a truly remarkable tale of one of music’s most understated icons, coming to King’s Hall, Ilkley on Friday 8 July

Featuring such beautiful songs as My Sweet Lord, Something and Handle With Care, the show includes incredible solo material and music from rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest super-group, The Travelling Wilburys – not forgetting more than a few Beatles’ classics along the way. From heartbreak to hedonism and song-writing to success, Something About George will show you a life that was anything but quiet.

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