Gary Barlow tribute act Shines in Wolverhampton
IT was the Greatest Day for excited Take That fans - as a popular Gary Barlow tribute act shone on stage in Wolverhampton.
Gary Barlow impersonator Dan Hadfield travelled all the way from Lincoln to Rule the World at Wednesfield Conservative Club last night (Saturday).
Organised by Paul Mincher, who arranges a tribute act at the club every six weeks, the singer drew in crowds from as far as Newcastle and Bristol.
He said it was an 'absolutely fabulous' night.
Paul, who works full time as a chef, said: "We were absolutely sold out, and had about 200 on the night. He went down an absolute storm. He looked like Gary Barlow, sounded like him too. He was just phenomenal.
"He sang Take That songs, like Shine, Rule The World, and Back For Good, and also some Gary Barlow songs too.
"He's got quite a following."
Wednesfield Conservative Club puts on a tribute act every six weeks, previously welcoming acts impersonating Diana Ross and Frankie Valli.
The next one will be Lee Hutton as Michael Bublé on April 20 at 7pm.
Tickets cost £7.
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