Both critics and fans agree that Roy G Hemmings is a great showman and dynamic singer. Understood as the longest serving former member of legendary group, The Drifters, Roy had worked alongside founder Johnny Moore for more than 10 years.
He has entertained audiences around the world with his easy, relaxed style and fabulous voice in a career that spans four decades and includes appearances in several Royal Variety shows and twice at The White House for the then president Bill Clinton.
As a highly respected artiste and singer he has a distinguished track record of fine stage craft. Roy enjoyed major success when he signed a recording deal with Magnet Records in the mid- seventies with the J.A.L.N. Band, one of the first bands to storm the British charts with the dance record, 'Disco Music, I Like It' produced by Pete Waterman
Roy is currently featured in 'The Dictionary Of Soul' show and 'Reach Out To Motown'. Both shows feature the talented saxophonist Anna Brooks and The Love Supremes, who add a stunning dimension of smooth harmonies and slick dance routines.
The Dictionary of Soul show includes the songs of Otis Reading, James Brown, Jackie Wilson, The O-Jays, and other Soul legends. Audiences enjoy a musical cavalcade of all-time greats: 'Higher and Higher', 'My Girl', 'Sitting on the Dock of the Bay', 'Under the Boardwalk', 'Stand By Me', 'Save the Last Dance for Me', and 'Love Train'. The show is full of timeless songs performed with energy and sensitivity, creating emotions that touch the hearts of audiences everywhere
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