Don Powell to treat Slade fans to exclusive material from new project at Wolverhampton event

By Rebecca Sayce | Wolverhampton | Music | Published:

Slade star Don Powell will be launching his brand new project at a Wolverhampton event.

Slade's Don Powell talking at the Art Gallery as he takes part in the Wolverhampton Literary Festival

An Evening with Don Powell on October 18 at the Slade Rooms will see the 72-year-old Bilston-born musician release his new musical project, Don Powell's Occasional Flames.

The event will be the first chance fans of the band will get to hear the new material played live by Don for the first time accompanied by Paul Cookson and Les Glover, as well as recorded songs

October 18 also marks the launch of their Christmas single, It Isn’t Really Christmas Until Noddy Starts To Sing, and the vinyl edition will be on sale for the very first time

Fans will also see the video before it is released on social media.

This comes ahead of the Slade Fans Convention celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Black Country rockers the following day.

The convention will include quizzes and exhibitions, as well as a performance by tribute band Slade UK on the evening.

Other guests at the event include Pouk Hill Prophetz, The Original Wanted, Slady, Andre Heagen, Kenny Bell, as well as Paul Cookson and Les Glover.

For more information and to buy tickets, click here.

Rebecca Sayce

By Rebecca Sayce

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