Never 42, considered to be the UK’s premier Level 42 Tribute act, will bring the sound of the Isle of Wight legends to the Waterside Theatre later this month.
Formed in 1979, Level 42 had a number of UK and worldwide hits during the 1980s and 1990s, with their single ‘Lessons in Love’ being their most popular hit in the UK, and the
Hailing from Reading, the impressive 4 piece tribute band are made up of individually brilliant musicians who bring to the band extensive musical careers which includes touring and alongside professional session musicians.
Never 42 is the expression of their combined passion for the musicianship of Mark King and Mike Lindup and the upbeat jazz funk sound that is Level 42 with an uncanny accuracy and has earned them the reputation as the UK’s Premier Level 42 Tribute Band
Speaking about the music of Level 42, founding member Howie Rogers said: “As a band, we are so excited about Level 42’s Music. We can’t wait to play to our fans around the country and meet new ones! Performing to a live audience who all love the hits like we do is the most amazing feeling and to bring the music of Level 42 to new listeners far and wide is the most satisfying.”
Expect to hear the Level 42 favourites, Livin it up (The Sun Goes Down), Lessons In Love, Something About You, The Chant Has Begun, Starchild, Are You Hearing What I Hear, Hot Water, and so many more.
You can catch Never 42 at the Waterside Theatre on Friday 19th April at 8pm, with tickets from £16 and available here