**Another Fantastic Show for 2019**

**Another Fantastic Show for 2019**

Described as “The best Bon Jovi tribute band in the world” Wrong Jovi are a 5-piece look-and-sound-alike tribute who deliver a concert experience like no other.

Frontman Ally Ward’s soaring lead vocals transports audiences back to the days when Jon Bon Jovi was the greatest frontman on the planet while Mark Harding provides the virtuosic fire and passion of Richie Sambora’s superlative guitar skills.

They’re joined by keyboard wizard Simon Tabert – a classically trained pianist who portrays the role of David Bryan - while the thunderous rhythm section of Tico Torres and Hugh McDonald is provided by Jon ‘Alex’ Sturgeon (drums) and James Houghton (bass), two fantastic musicians with a wealth of experience behind them.

Since their formation, Wrong Jovi have taken the tribute circuit by storm, regularly selling out established music venues and theatres around the UK. They’ve even been personally thanked by former Bon Jovi guitarist, Richie Sambora, for the work they do.

With their attention to detail, stagecraft and natural charisma, Wrong Jovi never fail to turn every venue into an arena. Greatest hits such as ‘Livin’ On A Prayer’, ‘Wanted Dead Or Alive’, ‘Always’, ‘Bed Of Roses’ and ‘Bad Medicine’ are mixed with live favourites such as ‘Blood On Blood’ and ‘Raise Your Hands’ to provide a high octane journey through the bands back catalogue. And with rarities like Dry County and This Ain’t A Love Song to please even the most die-hard fans there really is something for everyone.

This is a class act and to extend the night we also have a fantastic supporting DJ until 1am.

Tickets a bargain at £12 and available Here

*Over 18s Only!

**Limited Seating Available

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During the trialIn the first two months of the trial, Dudley CVS:

  • built relationships with existing users, schools, colleges, voluntary organisations, promoters, artists, businesses and entertainers.
  • welcomed and engaged anyone who wanted to make great things happen at the Civic. In March 2016, Dudley CVS threw open the doors of the Civic. People who had never been before toured the space, sharing their ideas and inspiration, while past users shared their experiences. Around 60 people joined Dudley CVS to share their inspiration. The report (written and visual) can be viewed at http://tinyurl.com/ocq2ncj
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