Roy Orbinson & The Traveling Wilbury’s
Roy Orbinson & The Traveling Wilbury’s
In the late 1980s, one of the most famous and memorable supergroups of all time, The Traveling Wilburys, was born. With five separate icons in their own right, this formidable team created an album that completely rocked the music industry and sold more than five million copies worldwide. Through the considerable talents of George Harrison,
Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Bob Dylan, The Wilburys were a real force to be reckoned with, creating a sound and style so unique that even to this day, nothing quite yet. has been. like it. Now you can experience them together with this great tribute show.
With an easy going, relaxed style, excellent vocals and musicality and a great respect for each other’s talent, these guys will deliver you a great night of up-tempo feel-good entertainment like you’ve never seen before.
The show also features some individual hits from the Famous 5, including MR BLUE SKY, ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN, SWEET TALKIN WOMAN, ALL OVER THE WORLD, I WONT BACK DOWN, FREE FALLIN, RUNNING DOWN A DREAM, BLOWIN IN THE WIND, THE MIGHTY QUINN, KNOCKIN on heaven’s door, here comes the sun, i GOT MY MIND SET ON YOU, MY SWEET LORD, PRETTY WOMAN, ONLY THE LONELY, IN DREAMS, YOU GOT IT AND i DROVE ALL NIGHT.
Mark Pearson as George Harrison
Mark has been in show business for over 30 years and has played on some of the biggest stages in the country including Wembly Arena, NEC Birmingham, Sheffield Arena, Hammersmoth Apollo and Glasgow SECC. He joined the band in June 2018 and has quickly become a Wilbury fan favorite, thanks to his easygoing charm and natural look on stage. Add to that his exciting guitar playing and this is a man who is sure to impress.
In the West End, Mark worked in ‘Elvis – The Musical’ with PJ Proby and more recently helped set up and play guitar in ‘Some Guys Have All The Luck’ – A tribute to Rod Stewart. He has worked all over the world including Rome, Portugal, France, Kuala Lumpar and the USA.
Paul Hopkins as Roy Orbinson
Paul has been performing for over 20 years with his tribute to The “Big O”. Paul has played in some of the country’s biggest theaters, including The London Palladium, and has also toured worldwide in the US, the Middle East and Scandinavia to name a few. He has appeared in several of his own traveling productions and has also worked for major manufacturing companies and corporate giants.
We are very proud to keep the music raw and real, without the help of click tracks or pre-recorded backing vocals. It can be difficult without having a full orchestra with us, but everyone is playing their heart out to make sure we can bring you a full live show. Everything is done in the original key where possible and is true to the way the original band wrote and played it. We are not trying to put our own interpretation into the music, because our goal is to make it sound like the records we all know and love.
Aubrey Robinson as Bob Dylan
Over the past 35 years, Aubrey has worked and shared the stage with artists such as Jimmy Osmond, Russell Watson, Jane McDonald, Ray Lewis and Paper Lace. For the past 12 years he has worked extensively in theater productions, touring the UK and Europe, as well as the West End. He is also a much sought-after theater and dance organist; He has been Sheffield City Hall’s permanent organist for the past 15 years and has also performed at venues across the country, including the iconic Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
When not on tour, he owns Harmony Music School in Sheffield. With two offices and more than 450 students, this is now one of the largest private music schools in South Yorkshire.
Save Litchfield as Jeff Lynn
Red didn’t join the band until January 2019 and was a fantastic asset to the show. Music has played the piano since the age of five and has always played an important role in Red’s life. Growing up listening to bands like AC / DC and Fleetwood Mac, he made a natural progression to the guitar at the age of nine, playing and learning from artists ranging from Chad Smith (Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Whitesnake and Scott Gorham (Thin Lizzy) to Daniel Beddingfield and Pete Waterman.
After six years as a semi-professional guitarist, he joined his first international functional band. After contracting four contracts on cruise ships, ferries and five-star hotels where it’s normal to play up to five sets a night, he quickly took on the mental and physical challenge it takes to perform in an energetic party band. It also forced him to hone his basic background vocal skills, which became the lead male vocalist in a band of two singers.
Buddy Baker as Tom Petty
Buddy joined the show in early 2018, taking on the full-time role of American pop / rock legend Tom Petty, who we sadly lost in 2017. Buddy has a very exciting career history and has spent quite a bit of time living and living. working in the US He has taught music since 1991, both privately and at universities in the UK and America. He even taught at Berkeley in 1998.
Buddy’s talents have taken him all over the world, including Spain, France, Portugal and Austria. He toured the United States quite extensively with Brian White, Martina McBride, Lisa Stansfield, Antonio Fargas and Chesney Hawkes.
Jake Perretta is Jim Keltner
Jake picked up a pair of drumsticks when he was 10 and immediately started taking lessons and performing in school bands, local music groups and with friends in a cover band. This brought him some great opportunities, including a performance at the Eden Project, the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Weymouth and the Royal Albert Hall.
He went on to study at The Academy of Contemporary Music, Guildford, where he was taught by Toby Drummond (Wicked, Billy Elliot, Lion King), Frank Tontoh (Amy Winehouse, Craig David) and Pete Riley (Guthrie Govan, Republica). He has continued to study with Pete Riley and other leading drummers, including Dave Weckl, Peter Erskine, Todd Sucherman, Neal Wilkinson and Bruce Becker.
In addition to his current band which is of course ‘Roy Orbison and the Traveling Wilburys Experience’, Jake is very excited to be performing in his own original band, ‘Khaki Scouts’, with a debut album coming soon.
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