SIX DEGREES ENTERTAINMENT
PETER HOWARTH (The Hollies), PETE LINCOLN (The Sweet), MICK WILSON (10cc)
These three artists have had interesting and diverse careers in music, since they first worked together in the early 90s as vocalists in Sir Cliff Richard’s band. Having worked individually with many of the top global names in music, they have now joined forces once again to bring you a special entertainment.
The concept of the FRONTM3N show is to present an evening of unique acoustic arrangements of classic songs in an intimate ‘unplugged’ theatre environment; songs that everyone knows and loves, and every song with its own story, as part of the musical journey of the three FRONTM3N.
As well as writing for musical theatre, Peter Howarth went on to star in London’s West End in the Orbison musical, before joining The Hollies as lead vocalist in 2004. Peter has also written and recorded his own solo projects, culminating in his latest album Evermore - Songs Of Love & Inspiration.
Mick Wilson has enjoyed a busy career as a session singer, working with everyone from Lionel Richie to Alice Cooper and ELO. He also produces and composes music for TV with numerous credits to his name. Mick took on the role of frontman for 10cc more than 15 years , covering lead vocals, percussion, guitar and keyboard duties. In 2011 Mick released his debut solo album So The Story Goes.
After his time with Sir Cliff, Pete Lincoln went on in 1996 to join the eccentric English band Sailor as frontman - a role that he enjoyed for almost a decade - before ‘jumping ship’ and taking up the position of frontman/bassist with Glam Rock Legends The Sweet. Pete also composes for film and TV and in 2014 finally released a debut CD of his own songs entitled Soul Searching, followed by his second solo album Heartbeat in 2016.
Songs you can expect to hear include The Sweet’s Love Is Like Oxygen, Fox On The Run and Ballroom Blitz, Sir Cliff’s Devil Woman and Carrie, 10cc’s I’m Not In Love and Dreadlock Holiday, The Hollies’ He Ain’t Heavy (He’s My Brother)and The Air That I Breathe, Roy Orbison’s Pretty Woman, You Got It and I Drove All Night, Sailor’s Glass Of Champagne and Girls, Girls, Girls . . . plus a selection of original songs . . . and many more!