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Arts Diary: Win pair of tickets to see Drifters.

Byline: MIKE CHAPPLE

THE legendary Drifters play the Liverpool Olympia in West Derby Road this Saturday as part of their 50th anniversary tour.

The group, which has boasted the likes of Ben E King and Clyde Phatter in its previous incarnations, is still going strong and its current line- up of Patrick Alan,Peter Lamarr,Rohan Delano Turney and Victor Bynoe, will be performing all their classics as they promote their Defintive Drifters greatest hits album.

Under The Boardwalk,Saturday Night at the Movies, Save The Last Dance For Me are just a few of the classics they wil be performing and which Daily Post readers will be able to see free in a great competition.

We have two pairs of tickets to see the show,plus their latest CD,The Definitive Drifters, a signed 50th anniversary tour brochure and the chance to have your photograph (bring your own camera) taken with the boys before the show in the dressing room.

All you have to do is complete the song title Up On The ...

Send your answer complete with name, address and telephone number on the back of an envelope or postcard to Drifters Competition,Daily Post,PO Box 48,Old Hall Street,Liverpool L69 3EB.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 22, 2004
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