THE Sounds of The Supremes will bring such classic hits as ‘Stop! In the Name of Love’ and ‘You Can’t Hurry Love’ to the Skegness stage this week.
The tribute show will be performed in the Embassy Theatre on Wednesday, June 6 from 7.30pm.
A spokesperson said: “Since the late 1980s when lead singer Kaaren Ragland founded “The Sound Of The Supremes”, the group has acheived remarkable worldwide success.
“London’s What’s On described their incomparable energy packed show, featuring more than 20 hit songs, as “a non-stop bravura performance of immense vitality” recreating perfectly the frenetic style and sound of the original line-up.
“Joined by Kathy Merrick and Althea Burkhalter, these three American women possess a wealth of experience in recording, television, cabaret, theatre and musicals, and deliver a fantastic vocal blend on Motown classics, standards, contemporary songs blended with stylish choreography and unrivalled glamour.
“The sound of The Supremes’ music lives on today with ‘The Sounds Of The Supremes’, music which has shown itself to be one of the most definitive and enduring contributions to American pop music history,” they added.
Tickets cost £21.50 for adults, £20.50 for over 60s and £11 for children.