Dusty Springfield was an icon of the Swingin’ Sixties. She studied film and fashion to create her look… with the blackest mascara and the beehive hairstyle. And that voice… Burt Bacharach said of Dusty’s voice, “It was restrained. It was held in check, but underneath it was smoldering.” Dusty was soulful and she had a thing for Motown and R & B. I think that was the music that truly inspired her. Quentin Tarantino featured Dusty’s recording of SON OF A PREACHER MAN in his film PULP FICTION. This introduced her to a new audience. Her record, DUSTY IN MEMPHIS, is listed in Rolling Stone’s greatest albums of all time. In the 60s Dusty hosted several television programs on the BBC and became one of Britain’s biggest stars. She recorded and sang a variety of songs throughout her 40 year career including many you'll remember. Dusty inspired artists like Annie Lennox, Adele and Amy Winehouse. She became an icon in the gay community and was a passionate voice for civil rights. Her fiery personality and pursuit of perfection led her through extreme peaks and valleys. Through it all, she created an unforgettable musical legacy. Please join us for a night to remember.

Goin' Back

Get Ready
I Only Want To Be With You
The Look Of Love
Angel Of The Morning
The Water Is Wide
You Really Got A Hold On Me
To Love Somebody
I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
Wayfaring Stranger
How Can I Be Sure
Breakfast In Bed
Son Of A Preacher Man
Tupelo Honey
Can I Get A Witness
Windmills Of Your Mind
Goin' Back
You Don't Have To Say You Love Me