Tristan Drew – 80’s Regeneration

Exhilarating 1980s tribute show

Tristan Drew – 80’s Regeneration

Tristan Drew is a British solo artist whose show 80’s Regeneration is available for hire through Champions Music & Entertainment.

Born in Sheffield, Tristan fell into performing at a very young age.  As a child he always had a love for singing, making his first public appearance on the stage of High Green Working Men’s Club aged 10.

He then landed the main role at his school’s adaptation of Oliver in 1992 and before long he was well and truly hooked on entertainment.

It was at the age of 16 that Tristan first started singing and performing in pubs and clubs, his love for performance reaching an all-time high.

Shortly after leaving university he pursued his passion for music and started performing in the regions pubs and social clubs both solo and as part of a duo called Starson.

In 2008 Tristan released his debut single Perfect Match into the UK charts, reaching an instant download high of number 7 and a weekly UK chart position of 64.

Tristan has since gone on to perform in many bands and has had the privilege to work all over the globe as a professional singer, a job he has been doing for the last 17 years.

As testament to his talent, Tristan has won four Mercury Awards between 2011 and 2014, and has also won the very prestigious National Tribute Award in 2013 for his official tribute show.

80’s Regeneration is one of Tristan’s many projects and offers up some of the biggest hits of the 1980s, including Cutting Crew, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Elton John and many more.

So if you want to impress your guests with an amazing tribute to the 1980s, opt for 80’s Regeneration!

To book Tristan Drew’s 80’s Regeneration for your event, gig or private party, contact Champions Music & Entertainment by completing the online form or by telephone on +44 1509 29 27.


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