T’PAU ARE BACK-YEHHAA!!!!

 THEY’RE BACK!!!!

T’PAU
ISLINGTON ASSEMBLY HALL
SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 2013
ONLINE BOOKINGS: TICKETWEB
TICKET PRICE: £18 (plus booking fee)
Doors: 7pm
 
"Carol Decker – boy can she still rock! Vocally she’s still as powerful and her energy relentless.  I’ve never seen such an animate crowd at this venue"THE HERALD
 
"Decker & Rogers delivered a spellbinding show, which delighted the crowd, whom were on their feet almost straight away"... SHROPSHIRE STAR
 
"Carol continues to ignite audiences to this day.  Her amazing onstage energy continues and her passion for her craft remains unbowed"EASTERN DAILY PRESS
 
"90 minutes of pure class"... EGIGS
 
"Decker demonstrated puppy-like verve and solid vocals, proving that age hasn’t tempered her powerful rock belt one bit.  If any of today’s modern pop stars have a voice this strong in 25 years time, I’ll be very surprised"THE YORKSHIRE TIMES
 
T’pau are thrilled to announce their first London headlining show in over 15 years.  The band will end an incredible year of touring with a performance at Islington Assembly Hall on Saturday 23rd November.
 
Spring 2013 saw T’pau begin a 28-date nationwide tour to mark the 25th Anniversary of the band’s breakthrough album, the quadruple platinum selling ‘Bridge Of Spies’.
 
Carol Decker and co-founder, Ron Rogers, and their band couldn’t have dreamt that their amazing run of knock-out shows would culminate in a packed-to-the-rafters performance at the iconic Isle Of Wight Festival.
 
T’pau’s return to the live arena has received rave reviews up and down the country and the London show, which will be their final one of the year, is not to be missed.
 
For more information, to request an interview, press or photo passes, please contact: 
Tracy at Tracy Gosling PR – E: tracy@tracygoslingpr.com / T: +44 (0) 7779 109 540 
 
 

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