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Ferry began his solo career in 1973 while still a member of Roxy Music and disbanded the group following the release of their best-selling album Avalon in 1982 to concentrate on his solo career, releasing hit singles such as Slave To Love and Don’t Stop The Dance and the UK no. 1 album Boys and Girls in 1985.
Subsequent to Ferry’s acclaimed return to an ultra-modern rock form with Avonmore - perhaps his most personally revealing album to date, recent years have been devoted to extensive touring, with rapturously received shows throughout Europe, Britain and America.
In 2018 Ferry released the record Bitter-Sweet which reworked earlier Ferry and Roxy Music hits and stood alongside his participation in the Netflix series Babylon Berlin. Ferry was also inducted into the ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’ as a part of Roxy Music in 2019 and has collectively sold more than 30 million records worldwide.
The Palace Theatre of Varieties opened on Whit Monday 1891 and cost its owners the then colossal sum of £40,500. In the late 1970’s the Palace Theatre underwent a major refurbishment and re-opened in 1981 with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar and has since then retained its position as the premier provincial touring venue.