There’s something Voodoo about tributes

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THERE are musical tributes galore at the Elgiva in Chesham next weekend with The Shadow of Cliff scheduled for Friday night and Voodoo Room featuring the work of Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton on Saturday.

Jimmy Jemain is firmly established as the number one Cliff Richard tribute artiste.

The great man himself has even remarked on how close to the real thing Jimmy’s image and portrayal really are.

Since winning Stars in Their Eyes Jimmy’s talents have been in demand all over the world. The Telegraph once said of him: ‘Spot on... it could indeed be Cliff Richard’.

Voodoo Room are a classic three piece. Journey-man guitarist Peter Orr has been thrilling audiences throughout the UK and Europe for nearly three decades, mashing up classic riff based rock anthems with the energy and style evocative of their time.

Andy Tolman and John Tonks provide the stunning rhythm section of this power trio. Together they deliver the all time great Cream and Hendrix numbers with the true passion and energy worthy of the masters!

The Shadow of Cliff will be at the Elgiva in Chesham on Friday, January 27 at 8pm and The Voodoo Room on Saturday, January 28 at 8pm.

Call the box office on 01494 582900 or visit