1960s Singing Star Frank Ifield To Play Cwmbran

1960s Singing Star Frank Ifield To Play Cwmbran

Legendary Australian based entertainer, the ever-popular Frank Ifield is set to bring his show, Frank Ifield Remembers to South Wales this May,

Frank, who was born in the UK, will take a nostalgic look back at his lengthy musical career, which spans more than 5 decades.

Staring out as a country singer in the late 50s when he was only 13 years of age, Frank released over 40 records in Australia and appearing on countless TV and Radio shows, before returning to the UK to make his mark internationally. 

Singer Nicki Gillis will be joining Frank Ifield at Congress Theatre Cwmbran before embarking on her own tour

Singer Nicki Gillis will be joining Frank Ifield at Congress Theatre Cwmbran before embarking on her own tour

Frank was then the first artiste to have three consecutive No.1 hits in the charts with “I Remember You”, “Lovesick Blues” and “The Wayward Wind” his popularity also endured the onslaught of Merseybeat in the UK charts during 1963.

During his 2018 tour, Frank will be supported by top Australian recording star NICKI GILLIS, who will also be touring later this Spring with her own Carole King Tapestry show.

  • Frank Ifield with Nicki Gillis will play Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre on May 5.  Visit congresstheatre.co.uk for details
  • Nicky Gillis also brings Carole King’s Tapestry to The Congress Theatre on May 26 and Monmouth Savoy on May 25,
     
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