Thu 01 Jan 1970
Known as the original bad girl of Rock n Roll, Ronnie Spector celebrates a career spanning more than 50 years with a special tour singing all the hits.
The embodiment of the heart, soul and passion of female rock n roll, Ronnie rose to fame in the 1960s as the lead singer of The Ronettes. Boasting the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton and The Yardbirds as their opening acts, the groups hits featured some of the best-loved recordings in music history, including Be My Baby and Walking in the Rain. The Ronettes were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in March 2007 and Ronnie herself was recognised for her contribution to American popular music when she was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame in 2004.
With her powerful trademark vocals and gutsy attitude, Ronnie still holds the wondrous aura that first caught the public imagination and this is a fantastic opportunity to see a pop culture icon doing what she does best.
‘Her voice still with that mix of innocence and lasciviousness’
‘There was not a bum note in this lovingly conceived and executed show’