Our Q Legends campaign concludes with a sensational performance by Rose Royce’s Gwen Dickey and The King of Disco Soul Dance Music George McCrae live on stage!
Born in Biloxi, Mississipi, GWEN DICKEY, was the voice of Rose Royce, and during an amazing period of success from the late 70’s to the early 80’s gave us 3 worldwide platinum selling albums, which yielded such classic hits as “Car Wash”, “Love don’t here anymore” and “Wishing on a Star”. Having taken a well earned break from the music industry, Gwen returned to the charts in July 1994 when having teamed up with KWS she had a top 20 hit with the timeless CHAKA KHAN cover of “Ain’t nobody”.
George McCrae is a phenomenon – The “King of Disco Soul Dance Music” and “Acknowledged Leader” of the soul revolution, George McCrae’s talents go much deeper than a temporary success, one time superstar. His unique style, his universal appeal and his devotion to perfection have placed him in the position of continuing popularity in over 82 countries for two decades. Talent has taken this popular performer on three world tours with critics raving at every performance and audiences screaming for more.
Since his smash hit Rock Your Baby rocketed to fame in 1974, George has set the music world on fire with hit after hit. Two platinum singles, two platinum LP’s, 14 gold records and top music awards from all over the globe, have attested to this amazing vocalist’s popularity and talent. The King of Disco Soul Dance Music
Come and enjoy these two legends as they perform a very special set at Quaglino’s from 9pm, make a night of it with one of our bar or dining packages and enjoy delicious food and cocktails.
£35 to enjoy the performance in the mezzanine bar, including a cocktail
£45 to watch the performance at the restaurant’s central Q Bar, with a close-up view of the stage, plus a cocktail and bar nibbles
£80 to watch the performance from the restaurant’s standard seats, including a three-course dinner and a cocktail
£95 to watch the performance from the restaurant’s premium seats, including a three-course dinner and a glass of champagne