The New Honeycombs
The New Honeycombs
Martin Jarvis as Tom Jones
Rob Dee As Billy Fury
evolved from the original Honeycombs, who burst onto the pop scene with the worldwide hit number one Have I The Right in 1964 followed by another That’s The Way, Is It Because and the Ray Davies-penned Something Better Beginning. Their set is virtually a discography of the 1960s.
are a vibrant 3-piece cover band recreating the sights, sounds and raw energy that defined the 50s and 60s. From the fantastic 50s Rock n Roll sounds of Elvis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis, to the musical explosion that defined the 60s from bands like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Animals, Johnny Kidd and the Pirates, The Kinks, Spencer Davis Group et al. This trio will transport you back to those exciting times when music shaped a generation.
has always been a fan of Billy Fury: “There was something about his voice that really got to me,” he says. “He doesn’t just sing a song, he lives every word; you can really feel the emotion in his voice”. Rob discovered his idol in 1963 when he heard Like I’ve Never Been Gone on the radio. And now, some 50 years later Rob is keeping Billy’s memory alive for his many loyal fans. You can hear Rob’s favourite Billy Fury song and many more, including I Will, I’d Never Find Another You, Jealousy, In Summer, Last Night Was Made For Love and, of course, Halfway To Paradise. Rob has recently recorded two CDs Memories Of Billy Fury Vol 1 & 2 where Billy Fury fans can find most of these songs.
was always compared with Tom Jones, because of his powerful voice, and endlessly asked to perform a “Tom” song. Well one song always led to another and soon he was performing a complete Tom Jones Tribute Show all over the world from Vegas to Hong Kong. Since the success of the Reload album, the Brit Awards, his Knighthood and TV show The Voice, Tom has gained a new set of fans and Martin has blended the new songs in with the timeless favourites. Martin has also appeared alongside Tom on a video shoot for Black Betty, one his single releases. Martin Jarvis is the ultimate Tom Jones tribute.