The Paul da Vinci Explosion 60's/70's - Tribute Act Group - Somerset, South West

The Paul da Vinci Explosion 60's/70's - Tribute Act Group | Somerset, South West

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: Somerset, South West
Performs: Worldwide
From: POA
The original voice of The Rubettes' "Sugar Baby Love", "Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore" and Tight Fit "Back To The Sixties pt II" presents Paul da Vinci's 60's/70's Explosion. Classic hits from the 60's and 70' including Paul's hits. Over 8 million records sold.
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Classic 60's/70's hits including Paul's hit records. featuring his trade mark three and a half octave voice. "A fantastic feel good rockin show", "Standing ovations a regular occurrence".
“Surely one of the best vocalists in popular music today.”
​The Stage and Television Today
“As for Paul da Vinci he was truly exceptional”. (Narrator in The Who's Rock Musical "Tommy").
​TIME OUT Magazine
"Superb microphone singing"
The Daily Telegraph


SET 1 - Paul da Vinci 60’s/70’s Explosion
Instrumental “Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick” Featuring Aaron on Bass and Saxophone, and short drum solo.
1 Rock Your Baby/My girl
2 Forever in Blue Jeans
3 The Lion Sleeps Tonight
4 Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone
5 I Can’t Give You Anything But My Love
6 The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
7 Joanna
8 Feeling Good
9 I Hear You Knocking
10 Ring Of Fire
11 New York New York
12 Blue Moon
SET 2 - Paul Da Vinci 60’s/70’s Explosion
1 Let’s Stay Tog ...


The Original Voice of The Rubettes' "Sugar Baby Love", " Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore" & Tight Fit "Back To The Sixties" Pt II
Paul Da Vinci started his musical career in groups then became increasingly in demand as the go to session singer, doing demonstration records for major songwriters, Tony Macaulay, Don Black and numerous others, pitching to artists like Tom Jones and The Hollies. He sang on numerous major ...

Reviews     (2 Reviews)

The Paul da Vinci Explosion 60's/70's - Tribute Act Group - Somerset, South West Event Location: Cricket St Thomas Hotel, Warner Leisure Event Type: Star Cabaret 3rd December 2016
"I just have to say it was a real pleasure to see and hear Paul da Vinci and his incredible band at Cricket St Thomas last night.  Vocal heaven for me, what a fab night, the audience absolutely loved it, such a great performance."
Reviewed by: Lynsey Simon
The Paul da Vinci Explosion 60's/70's - Tribute Act Group - Somerset, South West Event Location: Street, Somerset Event Type: Strode Theatre Concert
"Three encores and a standing ovation"
Reviewed by: Merv Colenut . Somerset Gazette.


International TV 321, Top Of The Pops, Music Laden, and TV appearances all over Europe. Vocalist on numerous major TV advertising campaigns including British Airways and British Telecom etc. Narrator in The Who's Rock Opera "Tommy" at the Shaftsbury Theatre London and the Queens Theatre Hornchurch, Over 200 performances a year.

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Warner Leisure, Butlins, Pontins, Bourne Leisure, Cruises - P&O, Royal Caribbean, Cunard, Princess, Eon, Narrhalla Gala Munich, Roy Bar Munich, Das Schloss Munich (Swing of life concert), Grosvenor Hotel, Bavarian Film Awards.

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