Rick Astley announces Cannock Chase gig and here's how to get tickets
Rick Astley is to perform an outdoor gig in Staffordshire as part of summer concert series Forest Live.
The 80s singer, who recently made a come back with a first number one album in 29 years, will play Cannock Chase Forest, near Rugeley, Staffs on Saturday, July 8.
Commenting on the concerts, Rick said: “2017 sees me celebrating 30 years in the music business since my first No 1 hit. I can’t wait to perform as a part of Forest Live.”
Astley was just 21 years old when he released Never Gonna Give You Up in 1987. It became the UK’s biggest selling single of the year, going on to hit No 1 in... read more
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