Spennymoor Town are thrilled to announce that this years glittering fundraiser:
A Night on the Town III
Friday 21st November
Will be headlined by non other that chart topping Alexander O’Neal.
The evening will start with a red carpet / champagnge reception followed by a 6 course meal with complimentary wine.
The event will be compered by Josh Daniels and will include some very special raffle prizes and auction items.
Following the main event there will be a late bar and a disco and watch out for the high tech dance floor this year.
Special room rates are on offer at the hotel, just mention Spennymoor Town when booking.
The whole of the ballroom is being decked out for this occasion and it is shaping up to be the best event of the series yet.
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Contact the Club on 01388 827248 or by email email@example.com to book tickets or for further information.
Tables are £1000 plus VAT for 10 people.
Alexander O’Neal is an American R&B singer. He is best known for the songs “If You Were Here Tonight”, “Criticize” and “Fake” and the duets with Cherrelle, “Saturday Love” and “Never Knew Love Like This”.
He was among the most exciting male R&B vocalists of the mid- to late ’80s. Creatively and commercially, the soul man hit the ground running with this impressive debut album. It’s impossible to discuss Alexander O’Neal without mentioning the Time — O’Neal is an ex-member of that Minneapolis funk-rock combo, and so are the album’s producers (Monte Moir on three tracks, the Jimmy Jam/Terry Lewis team on the others). Also, former Time member Jelly Bean Johnson is heard on drums, percussion, and guitar. But despite the participation of so many Time graduates, this release isn’t nearly as Minneapolis-sounding as it could have been. The intoxicating funk hit “Innocent” is very Time influenced, but for the most part, O’Neal comes across as the epitome of a smooth, romantic soul man — sleek gems like “If You Were Here Tonight,” “A Broken Heart Can Mend,” and “What’s Missing” have more in common with Luther Vandross, Freddie Jackson, and Kashif than with Prince or the Time.
Josh Daniels – A charming, comedy natural, Josh Daniels guarantees laughs from the moment he walks on stage, to long after the lights go out. It all started by making friends and family laugh after changing the lyrics to songs, (he’s been doing it since he was given his first guitar as a 12 year old), and is what led Josh on the road to what is now a very successful comedy career built on his background as a musician & songwriter