The Overtones have firmly established themselves as the number 1 vocal harmony group. Since breaking in 2010 with their debut Good Ol’ Fashioned Love, the group has established their reputation as an act with the unique ability to deliver consistently uplifting music infused with exquisitely crafted vocal harmonies. It’s no wonder that they have sold over a million records and had five Top 5 albums!
Last year they released their Christmas album, Good Ol’ Fashioned Christmas, accompanied by a major U.K. tour that had fans of all ages dancing in the aisles.
Back by popular demand and quickly becoming a fixture in everyone’s Christmas party season, is the quintet’s Christmas 2016 tour. The 21 date run kicks off on 23rd November in Dunfermline, before coming to Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall on December 21st before finishing on the 22nd December in Nottingham.
Celebrating the most wonderful time of the year, with a stocking rammed full of Christmas crackers, in the shape of good ol’ classics such as White Christmas, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town and Let It Snow, this will end a vintage year for the Darren, Mark, Mike, Lachie and Timmy.
Currently starring in a 9-week production of That’s Entertainment – a nationwide tour bringing back the hits of the 30s, 40s and 50s, The Overtones’ remain as in demand as ever! Lachie has even made his television debut in the hit E4 comedy series, Crashing.
The Overtones are torchbearers for flat-out fantastic singing, as much as a throwback to the timeless appeal of doo-wop and Motown as they are to modern day R&B and pop. They have enjoyed a succession of major achievements, including performing in front of 250,000 people at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert, appearing at the Festival of Remembrance and hitting London’s Hyde Park for major festival shows at BT London Live and British Summer Time.
So don your best Christmas jumper, pull some crackers, bring your Santa hat, crack open the bubbly and get lost in a night of high-spirited festive hi-jinks!
Tickets for the show are available to purchase from the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall box office.