Theatrical celebration of the career of Rod Stewart to perform in Bristol for one night only at the Hippodrome on Tuesday 25th September 2018Posted on: 10 Jan 2018
Some Guys Have All The Luck is a brand-new theatrical production celebrating the life and times of one of rocks greatest icons, Rod Stewart. The show takes audiences through his glittering career, from street busker to international superstar! Some Guys Have All The Luck will be performed at the Bristol Hippodrome on Tuesday 25th September 2018 - an essential for any Rod Stewart fans!
Singer Paul Metcalfe delivers what is regarded by many as the best tribute to Rod Stewart out there, providing audiences with a charismatic performance assuming the persona of the legendary singer-songwriter, right down to the last detail. From the distinctive vocals to the swaggering showmanship and sheer fun that have made Rod Stewart one of the best-loved performers of all time, Some Guys Have All The Luck really ticks all the boxes.
The show includes all the greatest hits from Rod's incredible career, with a combination of classic rockers like Maggie May, Baby Jane and Da Ya Think I'm Sexy and big ballads such as Sailing, You're in my Heart and Tonight's the Night. Not only those, you can also expect favourite from the early days with The Faces such as Stay With Me and Twistin' the Night Away.
Timeless Motown tunes from the beloved album Soulbook are also among Metcalfe's repertoire, so no matter which Stewart tunes are your favourite you're sure to be blown away by the show.
Tickets for Some Guys Have All The Luck at Bristol's Hippodrome on Tuesday 25th December 2018 are on sale now and can be found here. For more information, further tour dates or to follow ticket updates, visit the Some Guys Have All The Luck Facebook page.
Having moved to Bristol from Cornwall in 2015, Matt is currently studying his Bachelor’s degree in Journalism at UWE. He is passionate about a number of arts including music and illustration, producing his own work in his spare time. An avid music enthusiast, he makes the most of Bristol’s diverse nightlife and attends gigs and club nights regularly.