Tommy Steele in The Glenn Miller Show

The Glenn Miller Show with Tomy Steele

Tommy Steele is to feature in an extraordinary new stage production of The Glenn Miller Show. As his legion of fans already know, Tommy Steele – Britain’s first Rock and Roll Star – made his legitimate debut in 1958 starring in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, which enjoyed a sold out run at the London Coliseum. What they probably don’t know is that the inspiration for Tommy’s extraordinary career was an American band leader whose music Tommy had worshipped from the moment he first heard it in his early teens… And so, 60 years on, Tommy Steele returns to the London Coliseum to salute his idol Glenn Miller in a new musical celebration. Glenn Miller was the best selling recording artist in the world from 1939 to 1943, leading one of the best known big bands. In those four years he scored 23 number-one hits – more than Elvis Presley and … Read more

The Glenn Miller Story Video Teaser Released

Tommy Steele in The Glenn Miller Story Uk Tour A great video teaser featuring Tommy Steele and the Glenn Miller Big Band has been released to promote the forthcoming tour of The Glenn Miller Story. It’s been seventy years since Glenn Miller vanished over the English Channel as he flew to Paris to entertain the troops during the Second World War. Did he crash? Was he shot down? Will the mystery ever be solved? The Glenn Miller Story features a spectacular 16 piece orchestra plus a full supporting company of sensational performers and dazzling choreography. BOOK NOW FOR THE GLENN MILLER STORY

Tommy Steele To Star In Glenn Miller Story

Tommy Steele to star in The Glenn Miller Story

Music legend turns master storyteller as Tommy Steele takes to the stage to narrate the extraordinary tale of the world’s most famous big band leader, accompanied by a live 16-piece Glenn Miller orchestra and a full supporting company of singers, dancers and actors. Tommy Steele was Britain’s first rock ‘n’ roll star. Dubbed the UK’s answer to Elvis Presley, he landed his first UK No.1 with Singing the Blues in January 1957, reaching the top spot before Elvis, who didn’t land his until the June that year. The big screen soon beckoned for Tommy, and that same year he filmed The Tommy Steele Story, which dramatised his rise to fame and was one of the first British rock ‘n’ roll movies. A soundtrack of the same name was released to coincide with the film’s opening and became the first album by a UK-based act to reach No.1. His legendary career … Read more