Glen Leon – Lead Vocals & Guitar
For many years, Glen has been stunning audiences both home and abroad with his incredible voice. One of those rare gifted singers with an incredible vocal range, he is able to cover a vast array of material. From Sinatra to Lionel Richie, Tom Jones to Barry White, Glen Delivers with such passion, power and sheer raw energy, that he always leaves his audience spellbound. As well as touring non stop with the New Amen Corner, Glen is a highly sought after session singer, recently recording for the likes of WEA, Warner and Sony Records.
Jules Benjamin – Keyboards/Guitar/Vocals
Jules Benjamin began performing on stage at the age of 11 as a singer and guitarist. In the years since he has mastered performance on a wide variety of other instruments.
As a performer and a songwriter Jules has travelled the world, playing for royalty, numerous appearances on domestic and foreign TV, and has shared the stage with or supported the likes of Olly Murs, Status Quo, Glen Tilbrook and Danny Williams to name but a few. Jules has also released 11 albums of his own songs to date.
Dave Howson – Bass & Vocals
Dave was brought up on good ‘ole’ Memphis Rhythm & Blues, working with many of the top R’n’B bands of the time, before moving on to some chart success in the late 60’s with The Symbols (Bye Bye Baby & The Best Part Of Breaking Up). In the early 70’s Dave joined Tapestry, with several album releases, they gained national and international success spending many years touring Europe.
After the demise of Tapestry Dave returned to London joining the session music scene before teaming up with the Great British R’n’B man himself, the late Alexis Korner.
Jack Howson – Drums & Vocals
Jack took up music at AN INCREDIBLY early age. constantly part of original and function bands during school and college, he then moved to Brighton to study Music.
Upon completing his studies, he became a member of New Amen Corner and made the move to London, where he has been a highly sought after session musician, working with some of todays top British and International artists.
|Start Date||Name Details||Location||Price|
|October 13, 2021||Hotel Puente Real, Paseo Marítimo, 79, 29620 Torremolinos, Málaga, Spain||From £579 per person (all inclusive)|
|November 26, 2021||Holiday Resort Unity, Coast Road, Brean Sands, Somerset TA8 2RB.||From £150 per person|
Following the government’s latest announcement we have to postpone both the School Disco Weekend at Unity resort and our Voices weekend at Beverley Park.
We will be in touch with everyone affected in next two weeks.
Please allow us to contact you and we thank you for your patience in advance during this difficult time
Events at Durrant Hotel and Unity resort for 2021 will go ahead as planned with a different schedule of entertainment (number of acts will not change).
Unity will feature a festival all-dayer style with bands at 2.30pm, 4.00 pm, 5.30pm, 7.00pm and 8.30pm.
Durrant Hotel will begin with evening meal at 6pm.
We have proved with our Elvis week at Hemsby that events CAN operate in the current climate very successfully.
If you do not wish to attend for ANY reason we have no legal obligation to transfer or refund deposits as the events WILL be going ahead.
We have spent six months transferring deposits and cancelling events and are not in a position to be as flexible as we would normally be, therefore transfers and refunds are NOT possible. Unless you can prove you were part of the original group advised to shield by the government in March, are infected with coronavirus at the time of the event, or are in a local lockdown area at the time of the event that doesn’t allow travel on holidays (most do). In these exceptional circumstances we will look at bookings on an individual basis.
As the 10pm curfew looks a mid-to-long term policy we will all have to learn to adapt and we are certain that our events will be a great success
Hopefully most sensible people will recognise this situation is not of our making and understand our decisions designed to protect the long term viability of our business and livelihoods of the professional musicians we employ.
The above is subject to change based on any government change in its policy.