ROCK royalty is set to roll into Eastleigh as pop legend Marty Wilde makes his debut at Eastleigh's Concorde Club.

One of the pioneers of British rock'n roll, Marty and the Wildcats will be joined on stage by his pop star daughter Kim Wilde on October 29.

Between 1958 and 1962 Marty Wilde had 13 consecutive hit records, including Endless Sleep, Donna, Teenager in Love, Sea of Love, Bad Boy, Rubber Ball, Little Girl, Jezebel and Tomorrow's Clown.

He scored a special place in pop chart history as a singer/songwriter across eight consecutive decades on the Official Albums and Single Chart.

Marty was among the first generation of British pop stars to emulate American rock 'n roll and is the father of pop singers Ricky, Kim and Roxanne Wilde.

And Kim, who also had chart success with smash hits like Kids In America will appear as a special guest and share The Concorde stage with her pop icon dad.

It is only recently that father and daughter released a duet as part of an album, Running Together, celebrating 82 year-old Marty's star studded career.

Instead of Amarillo, another pop legend Tony Christie will be checking into The Concorde on November 5 as part of The Greatest Hits Tour.

His iconic seventies hit Is This The Way to Amarillo was in 2002 used in the TV comedy series, Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights, leading to resurgence in Tony's popularity.

It was re-released in March 2005 to raise money for Comic Relief and reached number one in the UK singles chart.

In the seventies and eighties she was rarely off our TV screens.

Now away from the small screen singer Patti Boulaye has a flourishing theatre career with many spectacular stage performances to her credit.

She is bringing to The Concorde on November 12 Aretha and Me.

Patti's one woman show compares and contrasts her life with that of American Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin whose celebrated career included 17 Top 10 singles and 20 No 1 R & B hits during five decades of recording.

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