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A Celebration of the Songs and Music of George Michael by the Artist that Turns a Different Corner

Rob Lamberti is a familiar face, so to speak, having forged a very successful singing career impersonating the pop star George Michael and, in the process, becoming something of a star himself.

Not only does Rob Lamberti sound like George, his resemblance is so great that when Rob appeared as George on Stars in Their Eyes in 1994, the programme’s make-up department had to ‘tone down’ his natural appearance before the ‘transformation’ took place, so as not to give away who Rob would be impersonating.

Now Rob is bringing his show to King George’s Hall, Blackburn on Friday 9th July 2021.

From the live final of ‘Stars in Their Eyes’ to being hired by George Michael himself to promote his 25Live album, this is a performer in a different league.

Few tribute artists capture George’s musical talent, charisma and passion as closely as Rob Lamberti.

With some of George Michael’s personal musicians proudly joining Rob’s band, his performances are guaranteed to hypnotise your senses and do justice to one of the greatest singer-songwriters of our time. Experience an exceptional moment with George, courtesy of the voice that captures his timelessly.

Tickets are now on sale for this unmissable show.

EVENT DETAILS

King George’s Hall, Northgate, Blackburn BB2 1AA

Friday 9th July 2021 at 8:00pm

Age Guidance: PG

Tickets priced from £21.50 (a transaction fee will be charged per booking)

Available online from kinggeorgeshall.com

By phone on 01254 582 579

At the box office at the venue

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