Fastlove – A Tribute to George Michael promises to provide an unforgettable evening dedicated to the one and only George Michael. The tribute to the legend is set to tour across the United Kingdom.
Michael’s legendary career is on display with the tribute band performing all of his classic hits as well as lesser known songs.
Songs from his Faith album all the way back to his Wham performances will be on the set list. It’s a night of true remembrance that will leave fans spellbound as one of the world’s best George Michael impersonators takes the stage.
Fans and critics alike state that the performance put on by the tribute band is as close to the original as possible.
Jesus to a Child, Faith, Freedom and more will be part of the night’s performances.
George Michael died on Christmas 2016 leaving a hole in music forever. An iconic performer, Michael sold more than 115 million records. He is one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time.
His time with Wham, where he was part of a duo act, was also highly successful. The duo sold more than 28 million albums across just a four-year period. Faith, his debut solo album, almost matched these sales, selling 20 million albums alone.
Michael is a British icon that has received more airtime on British radio than any other artist in history. The Radio Academy announced this fact in 2004 with airtime between 1984 and 2004 n consideration.
Michael was honored with the distinction of being the 40th Greatest Artist of all time by Billboard. Michael’s 30+ years in music led him to win dozens of awards and helped him win the award of Best British Male twice.
George Michael is widely recognized as a top 50 artists of all time and died at the early age of 53. Autopsy reports showed that he died of natural causes. A life cut short, many fans never got to see Michael perform in-person.
Fastlove – A Tribute to George Michael recreates the magic on stage one last time. The performance is not endorsed by the estate of George Michael, but it is widely considered one of the best tributes to Michael.
The show is touring well into 2018 with shows through the end of the year.
Fans state that the tribute show is spot on with the impersonator not only looking like Michael but also having vocals that sound just like Michael.