Frankie Valli, along with other celebrities, has signed a glass plaque with a “doodle” which has been made into a unique piece of glass by glass artists to be auctioned off on the 24 October 2015 at Fieldings Auctioneers in Stourbridge, UK, for The British Glass Foundation, a local charity which is raising funds for a brand new glass museum in Stourbridge following plans by the local Council to close the existing Broadfield House Glass Museum which is second only to the Corning Museum in New York, the largest glass museum in the world, where 70% of the glass comes from Stourbridge!
Other celebrities who have done “doodles” for the project include Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet); Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin); Dave Hill (Slade); Steve Bull MBE(former Wolves and England footballer); Raymond Blanc; Emma Thompson; Beverley Knight; Sir Trevor Brooking and Sir Lenny Henry.
For more information, to see all the “doodles” by all the celebrities and to watch Frankie’s “doodle” actually being made into glass (to “Walk Like A Man”) go to: http://www.britishglassfoundation.org.uk/home/celebrity-doodles/
If you are interested in bidding on any of the pieces information on how to do this is on the Fieldings web site: http://fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk/auctions/the-buying-guide
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ROBBY ROBINSON NOW ON THE MEND
Good to hear that Robby is now on the mend. He has told us ”I had the 1st surgery 2 weeks ago on July 15. After a couple of early "hiccups", and a trip to the Emergency Room, I'm happy to say that I'm on the mend. More surgeries will be down the road, but not as invasive as this 1st one. We go back on the road next week which will be our first tour since UK. This past UK tour was certainly memorable.....ESPECIALLY the Royal Albert Hall shows.....O What a couple of nights! Big thanks to you and all the fans who could not have been nicer. You really know how to make things special. God's blessings to you and yours! Robby.”
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AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH RYAN MOLLOY - 29 August 2015
Ryan Molloy is appearing at the Electric Carousel, Piccadilly, London, on the 29 August following his return from playing Frankie Valli on Broadway in Jersey Boys. Ryan will open up the New Jersey Songbook, a Hollywood inspired extravaganza, featuring great artists such as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, the Shirelles, Carol King, The Drifters The Ronettes and Frank Sinatra, taking you on a journey through the downtown streets where these legends were made following the sound they created from the boardwalk all the way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Songs include Can’t Take My Eyes Off You; Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow; This Old Heart of Mine; Be My Baby and Come Fly With Me. Ryan is currently working on his new album due out later this year.
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