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Dr. Hook – Dennis Locorriere

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Dr Hook – starring Dennis Locorriere

Dennis Locorriere, singer of the legendary band Dr. Hook will perform some of Dr. Hook’s classics in Eldborg this summer along with his band.

Dr. Hook enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including Sylvia’s Mother, A Little Bit More, Cover of the Rolling Stone, Only sixteen, When You´re In Love With A Beautiful Woman and many more. The band had eight years of regular chart hits, in both the U.S., where their music was played on top-40, easy listening, and country music outlets, and throughout the English-speaking world including in the UK and Canada. They received 60 gold- and platinum records in 42 countries.

“Things change. Trends in fashion, film and music are constantly moving to accommodate a new world. One thing that hasn’t seemed to change in over forty years is the love people have for the music of DR HOOK. Personnel changes were bound to happen over time, but the music and spirit that audiences have come to expect whenever or wherever they see the words DR HOOK is still very much alive and well. I’m now touring with a group of sensational new musicians who know how important it is to sing and play this timeless music just the way people want to hear it. My desire is to bring those classic songs and wonderful sense memories flooding back to the forefront of the minds and music collections of people everywhere. The times may have changed but I’m proud to say that if you want DR HOOK, live in concert today you can get it once again. Right here! I hope to see you all down the road somewhere!” – Dennis Locorriere