Dennis Locorriere, former Dr Hook frontman, is bringing his live solo show to the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Thursday 31st March.
Locorriere has a voice which is immediately recognised the world over but his own story is now so much more than Dr Hook. He has released numerous solo albums and DVDs and played major festivals including Glastonbury, Cropredy, and The Americana. His live solo show has become an essential experience, catch him perform classic songs like Sylvia’s Mother, A Little Bit More and When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman.Tickets are £20 and £25 from The Phil box office, and the show starts at 7.30pm.
Stevie Mac at Wirral-Radio.com interviewed Dennis ahead of his tour and asked him about his poetry, new album, his solo acoustic music and his love of Liverpool.
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