Black Country 70s glam rockers Slade wowed Birmingham's Town Hall last night only a stones throw away from Brummie Roy Wood.
Legendary Wolverhampton and Walsall band Slade brought the house down as they performed alongside glam rockers Sweet.
The rockers took to the stage at Birmingham’s Town Hall last night, while just a stone’s thrown away Roy Wood was on stage at Symphony Hall.
Slade became one of Europe’s biggest bands in the 70s, producing a catalogue of hits that provided a soundtrack to the glam generation. And their live performances saw crowds taken back in time with hits such as Cum On Feel The Noize, Mama Weer All Crazee Now, Skweeze Me, and Pleeze Me.
This year alone Merry Christmas Everybody, arguably Slade’s most famous and definitely their best selling single, is estimated to have helped the Black Country band rake in £500,000. And visitors to last nights gig, led by original member Dave Hill, once again enjoyed the festive classic.
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