Joe Longthorne in one of his early TV appearances in this 'Gala Evening' filmed back in 1982 for ITV. The show also starred Victor Borge,Iris Williams and Roy Walker with compere Michael Aspel and features Joe in a 20 minutes performance with MD Chris Summerfield.
Added: 5 October 2014; Rating: 5.00 (18 ratings); Views: 1,210
TICKETS ON SALE 10AM FRIDAY 17TH OCT FOR JOE'S 60TH BIRTHDAY CONCERT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM MAY 2015
Booking opens tomorrow Friday 17th October 2014 at 10am for Joe's 60th Birthday Concert at The London Palladium on Sunday 31st May 2015.
Click on Joe Palladium to book on line or call the Box Office on T: 0844 412 4657.
Joe hopes as many of you as possible will be able to join him at The Palladium next May.
JOE LOOKS BACK AT DON BLACK'S 70TH BIRTHDAY CONCERT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM
" What an honour to be asked by the great Mr Don Black OBE to perform his song "If I Never Sing Another Song" for him at his 70th Birthday Concert back in 2008. Memories of a special day, great rehearsal...
The show at the legendary London Palladium showcased some of Don's work, he's without doubt one of the world's finest lyricists. James and myself always enjoy listening to his Sunday night show on BBC Radio 2, Don Black what a truly great man.
Click HERE to listen to Joe and 'If I Never Sing Another Song'
JOE LONGTHORNE: BBC RADIO 2 FRIDAY NIGHT IS MUSIC NIGHT
4 October 2014
A concert from BBC Radio 2's long running 'Friday Night Is Music Night' recorded at the Festival Theatre Paignton a few years ago now with my very dear friend Ernie Dunstall and the orchestra including the fantastic Lewis Osborne on guitar. An item we've come across in the recordings library, hope you enjoy listening to the concert.
I'll be seeing you soon.
Click HERE to listen to the concert.
THROUGH THE KEYHOLE : JOE LOOKS BACK DOWN MEMORY LANE
"Reflecting back on working with the late great Sir David Frost on ‘Through The Keyhole’ for ITV a few years back now.
It was not, in fact, our first time of working together, a few years previous I had been one of his guests alongside Elton John, Rod Stewart and Elliot Gould on a weekly show he produced in TV studios in SW London for broadcast to Australia.
Sir David Frost a very down to earth and great man, what a sad loss.
Click HERE to view 'Through the Keyhole'