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Welcome to The George Michael Story with live shows at venues across the UK in 2018. The only truly accurate George Michael Show.

The only touring show to perform George Michael’s hits in chronological order from ‘Young Guns’ in 1982, ‘Careless Whisper’ in 1984 to ‘Fantasy’ in 2017 including the re release of ‘Don’t Let The Sun Go Down’. The George Michael Story tells in detail, the career of George and his 100 million record selling history.

The show starts with a very young George Michael as we move through the Wham days and then into the Grammy winning ‘Faith’ album. After the interval we have a more mature George Michael to take us through the later hits, and touch on some of the more emotional and heartfelt songs.

A full live band with video screens support the story and show video footage of George and interviews with the man himself.

A fun and emotional night culminating with a medley of George Michael’s greatest and most loved songs for every one to dance & sing along too.

We take you on a musical journey of George’s biggest hits celebrating his life and generosity, with 5% of the profits being donated to George Michael’s Charities!

George Michael Charities
Brendan J Carr

Brendan Æ Carr

Our official introduction to the artist playing the part of George Michael in the later part of his career for The George Michael Story – Brendan Æ Carr

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Colin Jones The George Michael Story

Colin Jones

Colin Jones is the founding member of ‘The George Michael Story’. After working with other shows currently touring, Colin decided to put his own show together. He felt that his show needed to tell the actual story of George Michael’s amazing career ….

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Introduction To James Crofts
Early Introduction To Music
James Crofts has been a professional bassist for the past 17 years. From a very young age he was introduced to music by the records his parents played in the family home. The styles of music he listened to were very broad from The Moody Blues, Justin Hayward to West End shows.

James started his musical journey playing violin at the age of six and was classically trained. He joined several orchestras and enjoyed many years of performing in concerts. At the age of eight he started playing the clarinet and continued his classical studies.

It was on a trip to the theatre in Northampton when he went to see Vanessa Mae's ‘Red Hot Tour’ that he saw this guy playing bass guitar. James was drawn in by the sound and how cool the guy playing it was. The man in question was PJ Phillips (now a great friend). It was after that show James started listening to more Rock, Funk and Metal bands.

It was not until the age of eleven, James got the chance to bring a bass guitar home from school. He was hooked! He soon wanted to stop all classical music studies and immerse himself in learning the bass. He had a few lessons but felt the best way to learn was to get out and join bands and teach himself.

One day after reading a ‘bass’ magazine he saw an advert to ACM Guildford. He immediately booked an audition and was accepted once he had finished his A levels. He then had to wait almost 2 years to start his studies at The Academy of Contemporary Music in 1989.

Musical Career
After graduating at ACM, in 1999 he started to pursue his musical career playing bass guitar for original artist Rob Reynolds.

In 2001 James joined Bon Giovi and toured throughout the world with the band for over seven years. He left the band to pursue other projects including working with two ABBA shows touring around the world and playing bass with original artist Aaron Luther.

In 2015 James re-joined Bon Giovi as ‘Hugh McDonald’.

Introduction To George Michael
At the end of 2017 James departed from Bon Giovi to work on The George Michael Story– James has been involved with this new exciting project from the very beginning.

James always listened to George’s work and the Wham! bass lines were a staple for a young bass player. Deon Estus was always an inspiration and James feels very honoured to be playing some of the great bass lines in this show!

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Up & Coming Tour Dates 2018