Legendary soul group The Drifters will be performing as part of the Legends Live Tour this year - and on Saturday October 3 they'll be at The SSE Arena in Wembley .
The band will be performing alongside soul and R&B greats Dionne Warwick, Roberta Flack and Mary Wilson of The Supremes.
The Drifters have seen great success both in the UK and the US since the group formed in 1953, with hits such as You're More Than A Number In My Little Red Book and There Goes My Baby.
They have also been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in recognition of their lifelong global success.
Getwestlondon' s Emily Chudy spoke to singer Michael Williams ahead of the tour, which starts in Wembley.
Michael said: "Wow, I can't wait. It's going to be an exciting show, big classics, big songs, a wonderful show. We'll have one or two surprises for the audience...
"The Drifters have been playing the UK since the '70s, so it's like a second home."
The Drifters have had many different changes to their line-up since the group began in the '50s, with Michael Williams joining in 2007.
Despite the changes, the band have always kept the integrity and essence of the original band alive, recording their albums around one microphone, and writing songs with four-way harmonies.
Michael said: "Being in The Drifters is absolutely unreal. My parents were big Drifters fans, always playing their music around the home. Now here I am! There's a lot of sentiment there.
"The song More Than A Number In My Little Red Book always brings me back home to Alabama... I can remember my parents playing it and me singing along. But I love the new songs too, Do You Dream Of Me is a favourite.
"I knew I wanted to be a singer pretty early on in life. My family took me to church, where I would sing. I got out of high school and played whatever gigs I could...
"I met Tina Treadwell at a nightclub, and she asked me to audition to be an understudy for The Drifters. I couldn't believe it!
"I met Mary Wilson as a fan of hers when I was younger... It's wonderful to share a stage with her now."
The tour will span across three venues in the UK, and will showcase the very best of soul and R&B talent.
Michael said: "We're hoping to release an album before the tour, or around the same time. I'm in the studio now! It's going well, I can't wait."
During their career - spanning over six decades - the band have released more than 13 studio albums and have played all over the US, UK and worldwide.
Michael said: "A career highlight would be receiving the gold disk in 2012 [for the song Up On The Roof]; I never thought we'd be able to achieve that. To get The Drifters back into the charts is a big deal. It felt like I had got the stamp of approval!"
With tickets on sale now, don't miss out on the amazing opportunity to see the cream of international soul acts brought together on one stage!
The SSE Arena, Arena Square, Engineers Way, Wembley, HA9 0AA - 020 8782 5566