LONDON (Reuters) - Cliff Richard and The Shadows will reunite next year for the last time with a stadium tour of Britain, tour organizers Live Nation said.
Veteran rocker Richard, most famous for chart-topping singles like “Living Doll,” “The Young Ones” and “Summer Holiday,” first recorded and performed with The Shadows in 1959. The reunion tour was announced on Thursday.
He and the band enjoyed a series of hits in the early 1960s before he began a successful solo career in 1968. The Shadows have toured regularly since then, but are performing with Richard for the first time in 20 years, Live Nation added.
Richard, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch and Brian Bennett will take to the stage from September 2009, visiting cities across Britain including London, Cardiff, Liverpool and Glasgow. The 11-show tour is due to finish on October 17 in Manchester.
Editing by Paul Casciato