Doo-wop dreamboats The Overtones are back in Cambridge this month for an evening of Christmas crackers at the Corn Exchange on 20 December. This slick vocal harmony group have now sold over five million records and had five top five albums, but not so long ago they were working as decorators together.
In a story straight out of a Hollywood script, the boys were working at a shop on Oxford Street, singing out in the street on a tea break, when lo and behold a top talent scout heard them. Soon after they signed a major record deal and the rest, as they say, is history. The suave songsters will be performing favourites from their back catalogue, as well as reworks of classics such as White Christmas, Santa Claus is Coming to Town and Let it Snow.
Tickets start at £25.25.