Members of the Electric Light Orchestra have reunited for an encore tour of the UK, including a stop at the Shepherd's Bush Empire.
This show, where the past hit-makers have reunited under a new name, The Orchestra, is bound to prove that all the great past hits of the ELO, including Xanadu, Roll Over Beethoven and Shine a Little Love, have stood the test time.
Original band members Louis Clark, Mik Kaminski and Kelly Groucutt will take the stage with ELO Part II members Eric Troyer, Phil Bates and Gordon Townsend, to show audiences how they became the masters of symphonic rock.
One of the most successful groups of the 70s and 80s, ELO spent a staggering 255 weeks in the singles chart and 393 weeks in the album charts.
The Orchestra will be performing at the Empire on Tuesday, October 7. Tickets £30. Visit www.shepherds-bush-empire.co.uk to book.
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