Engelbert Humperdinck to play 50th Anniversary show in London

International music legend Engelbert Humperdinck has announced a London show as part of his 50th Anniversary tour, celebrating 50 years since the release of his legendary smash hit, and one of the best-selling singles of all time, ‘Release Me’, which debuted in 1967.

The concert at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on Sunday 19th November follows on from the release of a new album of the icon’s greatest hits ‘Engelbert Humperdinck: 50’, which includes two brand new tracks as well as a remix of ‘Release Me’ out May 19th on Decca.

In an incredible career that has spanned over 50 years, Engelbert Humperdinck has sold over 140 million records worldwide, with songs ranging from the most romantic ballads to movie theme songs, disco, rock, and even gospel.

These records have earned 64 gold and 35 platinum albums, four Grammy Award nominations, a Golden Globe, and his own star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

More recently, and proving his longevity as one of popular music’s best and most loved entertainers, Engelbert continues to tour worldwide, and also performed as the UK contestant in 2012’s Eurovision song contest.

Celebrating these remarkable achievements, Engelbert Humperdinck will bring some of his biggest and best-loved hits to London’s Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in November, including: ‘The Last Waltz’, ‘Spanish Eyes’, and of course, ‘Release Me’, which was the No.1 single in the UK Charts in 1967 for six weeks, and the highest selling single that year.

Engelbert Humperdinck will be at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on Sunday 19th November

Ticketmaster.co.uk / Rutlive.co.uk

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