TRIBUTES to two of the world’s most popular singers will amaze audiences at Whitby Rifle Club next month.
The club is putting on a tribute night featuring Adele and Lady Gaga lookalikes and soundalikes.
Award-winning vocalist Leanne Taylor has been hailed as the number one tribute in the UK to BRIT award-winning singer and double platinum selling artist Adele.
Created in early 2011 19/21 delivers the perfect balance of Adele’s distinctively powerful and soulful voice, with an uncanny physical resemblance and authentic on stage presence.
Leanne will perform a scintillating set of all Adele’s biggest hits to date as well as her recent Radio 1 Live Lounge version of Promise This along with her BBC Electric Prom collaboration with Burt Bacarach.
Close attention is paid to every detail, from Adele’s wardrobe, to her distinctive accent when speaking and the finest custom produced backing tracks, ensuring the audience enjoys a truly authentic and completely professional show.
Talented singer and actress Lisa GaGa will transform herself into the flamboyant Lady Gaga for her performance in Whitby.
Lisa has built up an amazing collection of Lady GaGa stage costumes that bring this pop idol to life, including brand new costumes from Gaga’s current World Tour The Born.
In her own right Lisa has an amazing voice and is an accomplished singer and songwriter ensuring she is able to reproduce Lady Gaga’s unmistakable hits note for note.
The Whitby Gazette has two pairs of tickets for the tribute night on Friday 8 March.
To be in with a chance of winning answer the question below:
Who will transform into soulful singer Adele for the show at Whitby Rifle Club?
Email your answer to email@example.com; text to 63333 starting your message with WGENTRY (text charge 50p plus your standard charge); or fill in the coupon and send it to Tribute Show Competition, Whitby Gazette, 17-18 Bridge Street, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 4BG.
Terms and conditions can be found at: http://johnstonpress.co.uk/competitions
Deadline for entries is 5 March.