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The Deetours show takes you on a journey back to the most exciting musical time in history - the 60s Show!
The Deetours show takes you on a journey back to the most exciting musical time in history. The music of the 60’s was characteristic of the revolution that was going on all around the world.
Hit songs from The Beatles, The Searchers, The Kinks, The Monkees & The Who with smashes from solo artists; Andy Williams, Van Morrison & Neil Diamond all feature in this exciting new 60’s show.
The Deetours have captured the essence of the 60’s and The British Invasion with authentic costumes, vintage equipment and a fully live show. They have recreated the sound & look associated with many acts during the era with the same youthfulness & energy.
The Deetours show has been specially tailored to suit all age groups, performing songs that are still relevant today. The Deetours encourage & provoke audience participation, screaming, dancing & singing throughout the show!
Front man Jamie formed the band with school friend; bassist Kevin, drummer Stuart who has worked with Jamie since 2001 & Andy on lead guitar. The Deetours show was put together for a season at Butlins although has quickly progressed to private events, & theatres around the world.
To see The Deetours performing live follow the link here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?edit=vd&v=sq4-rFtXSxE
"Zoots are the kind of talented, young band it’s impossible not to like. They looked sharp, totally confident in their ability to entertain & sounded as tight as drum. The quality of their music doing all the talking, to whatever generation audience."
THE STAGE NEWSPAPER, England