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282 Hope Street, Glasgow, Scotland G2 3QA

Luther Live

Closed June 30, 2024

Harry Cambridge is the greatest tribute to Luther

Why See Luther Live?

Vocal & Classic PopTribute ActsConcerts

celebrate the velvet voice

Across an incredible career, the much loved Luther Vandross soundtracked some of the most important moments in many lives around the world. Nicknamed 'The Velvet Voice,' there's no wonder he was named in Rolling Stone's 200 greatest singers of all time, with a seemingly endless list of hits including Never Too Much, Here and Now, Dance with My Father, Power of Love/Love Power and so many others, leading to 40 million records sold globally and 8 Grammy Awards.

Celebrating his life and legacy, this glorious tribute from Harry Cambridge and his excellent 10-piece band takes audiences on a spectacular journey through Luther's greatest hits. Dance, sing along and relive the legend live!

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Performance date: 30 June 2024


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