Hook it up and rope it in

Dr. Hook, featuring Ray Sawyer with guest The Roper Show, is on March 22 at Upstairs Cabaret

Dr. Hook frontman Ray Sawyer.

Dr. Hook, featuring Ray Sawyer with guest The Roper Show, is on March 22 at Upstairs Cabaret, 15 Bastion Square.

The spirited, eye-patched front man of the group Dr. Hook, Ray Sawyer lays down the soulful vocals that launched the band to international superstar status, landing them on The Cover Of The Rolling Stone.

Unforgettable hits Sylvia’s Mother, You Make My Pants Want To Get Up And Dance, Only Sixteen, Walk Right In, When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman, Sexy Eyes and Sharing The Night Together led to 60 gold and platinum records for the band.

Tickets for Dr. Hook are $49.50 at www.ticketweb.ca, Lyles Place and Ditch Records.

 

 

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