This Dusty Springfield tribute recreates those Dusty years for all who remember the original decades. She is opening up a new and appreciative modern audience in the 21st century with a truly authentic show styled for the flashback to those Dusty days when Dusty Springfield embarked upon her solo career establishing herself as a force to be reckoned within the music industry.
Here we have probably the most authentic Dusty Springfield lookalike and soundalike to the blue eyed Soul Diva, an accomplished Dusty tribute taking you back in time. If you’re a Dusty fan and you’re considering inviting this Dusty tribute to your party she’ll be pleased to check a date. You’ll be guaranteed a great night out with this professional entertainer whatever you decide to choose.
A new Dusty Soul Diva show may now be available. Without a doubt, the costumes are reminiscent of the era with this tribute act singing all of Dusty’s greatest hits in the Dusty Springfield Tribute show.
Dusty Springfield Tribute Dusty Years
As a fan of US soul music, Dusty brought many little-known soul singers to the attention of a wider UK record-buying audience by hosting the first national TV performance of many top-selling Motown artists beginning in 1965. Partly owing to these efforts, a year later Dusty eventually became the best-selling female singer in the world and topped a number of popularity polls, including Melody Maker’s Best International Vocalist. Dusty Springfield – Goin’ Back 1964-1971.
More Interesting Facts
Although she was never considered a Northern Soul artist in her own right her efforts contributed a great deal to the formation of the genre as a result. Here we have the first UK singer to top the New Musical Express readers’ poll for Female Singer. Springfield was raised in a music-loving family where her father would tap out rhythms on the back of her hand and encourage her to guess the musical piece. She listened to a wide range of music, including George Gershwin, Rodgers and Hart, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller. (Wikipedia).