Direct from DublinThe Stars From The Commitments
Featuring stars from the original award winning film and multi-million selling sound track
All The Music… All The Soul.. All The Heart….. LIVE
Direct from Dublin, the fantastic Stars From The Commitments. This outstanding live stage show features an amazing live band with Original Commitments cast members and musicians from the Bafta award winning and Golden Globe and Oscar® nominated smash hit Sir Alan Parker film and multi-million selling soundtrack albums (Selling in the region of 14,000,000 Copies and receiving Gold and Platinum discs)
Kenneth McCluskey AKA Bass Player Derek “The Meatman” Scully & Ronan Dooney Trumpet – Commitments Soundtrack albums, and on occasions Robert Arkins AKA Jimmy Rabbitte
The show consists of two hours of sizzling soul music and is a thrilling live experience that will stir your soul.
This dynamic band drives audiences to dance in the aisles and scream for more as they perform all the hits including MUSTANG SALLY, IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR, CHAIN OF FOOLS, TREAT HER RIGHT, TAKE ME TO THE RIVER, TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS and many more.
They have entertained audiences world-wide (from Los Angles to Sydney and Iceland to South Africa) at festivals, clubs, theatres, high-profile corporate events and VIP parties, including a US President and receiving rave reviews from fans, music critics and promoters.
On many occasions they have performed with Soul Legends, B.B King. Ben E King, Sam Moore (Sam and Dave) Denis Edwards (The Temptations) and the late great James Brown and Wilson Pickett.
This show is a must see and is thrilling live experience that will stir your soul!
At the Helsinki Blues and Roots Festival Soul Legend Wilson Pickett was quoted THE STARS FROM THE COMMITMENTS “YOU ARE THE GUYS KEEPING SOUL MUSIC ALIVE”
The Stars From The Commitments is “The best soul review I have ever seen or heard”.
Dan Aykroyd of The Blues Brothers. Los Angles USA
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