Goldfinger, Live and Let Die, The View To A Kill, The Man With the Golden Gun, Golden Eye, Diamonds Are Forever, Nobody Does It Better, Living Daylights, You Only Live Twice and many more...
These classic songs were written for the movies of one of the greatest icons in cinema history - James Bond. And now they are perfectly recreated by the wonderful talents of Dawn in this unique show dedicated to the unforgettable soundtrack that contributed to the incredible success story of 007.
Throughout the performance, Dawn utilises her remarkable 3 octave vocal range to best effect and fully captures the original the mood of each song, while adding her own personal warmth, fun and endless energy to each show. Artists such as Shirley Bassey, Matt Monro, Tom Jones, Nancy Sinatra and Tina Turner originally recorded the songs written by the likes of John Barry, Paul McCartney, Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley and Dawn pays a special tribute to each of these legends during a breathtaking night with Bond.
Dawn has performed in theatres throughout the UK and Europe as a special guest in the hit show "Rat Pack Is Back!" and it was while performing with the Rat Pack at a James Bond themed corporate event held at The House of Parliament, that Dawn was asked to include some James Bond songs in her part of the show.
Based on the success of that performance Dawn devised her own tribute to the music of Bond and since then the show has gone from strength to strength, playing at Bond Events in Casinos and Hotels throughout Britain and recently in Germany. The show is particularly a corporate event favourite, regularly appearing at events held in major venues such as The NEC and the Royal Festival Hall and for major companies such as The Royal Bank of Scotland and Virgin.
This unique show obviously covers far more Bond songs than any one particular tribute artist can include in a show and corporate bookers have found the format extremely appealing, particularly when booking entertainment for highly popular James Bond themed nights. In the words of the MP John Barron after that first show in London, "Dawn really does have a licence to Thrill!"