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The rest of the performance was mediocre at best - the male lead had no stage presence & wasn't a very good singer, there was no dancing, & the story was not told well - maybe because it was difficult to hear the lyrics when they were singing. He did a good job overall but could benefit taking singing lessons. Kinky Boots Fantastic Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium - Calgary Broadway across Canada never disappoints. Winner of six Tony Awards® including BEST MUSICAL, this inspirational story follows a struggling shoe factory owner who works to turn his business around with help from Lola, a fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos.The last number is great & the overall message of the show is important, but I fell asleep waiting for the good bits. Together, this unlikely pair finds that they have more in common than they ever dreamed possible…Great show Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium - Calgary Loved the show. proving that when you change your mind about someone, you can change your whole world.We do not offer refunds for inclement weather, unless the performers need to cancel their show.Refunds will be not be granted if an opening act is changed or canceled.Then in October Ian appeared with Todd Rundgren for a tour of the East Coast. In Spring, after two European warm-up dates he toured the UK and Ireland.
In August he headlined the 2nd Mick Ronson Memorial in Hull, before embarking on another UK tour in September/October. I believe this is now the definitive list of Ian's European tour dates.
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1979 saw the Ian Hunter Band featuring Mick Ronson embark on major tours of North America, either as headliners or as support to bands like The Kinks or Blue Oyster Cult.
The Ryerson gig on 19th September was filmed for TV broadcast; this has now been released commercially as It Never Happened (box set only! 1980 saw Ian and Mick play three European dates (one of which was filmed for TV broadcast).