Honor winning Broadway show "Million Dollar Quartet" will be opening at Noel Coward Theatre, London on 28th February 2011. The "Million Dollar Quartet" at London West End is the story of how rock'n'roll symbols Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis united for the first and final time, how they shaped a supergroup and composed new music.
In view of a genuine occasion on fourth December 1956 in Memphis at Sun Records which included originator Sam Phillips. Sam distinguished the possibility to unite four artists as a Quartet to make new music during an era when their vocations were going to take off or were searching for that next hit. The story takes after a story of contention, fame, kinship or more all characteristics some awesome music.
Million Dollar Quartet at London Noel Coward Theatre will display truly a couple of raving successes from the brilliant period of music industry including: Blue Suede Shoes, Down By The Riverside, That's All Right, Folsom Prison Blues, Memories Are Made Of This and Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On.
Sam Phillips will be played by Bill Ward ex Coronation Street on-screen character who had of rebel maker Charlie Stubbs. However whatever is left of the throws is yet to be reported around then of composing this article. The creation group has barely made a huge chase of the UK and Ireland to inquiry potential specialists to play the famous figures - with open tryouts in Glasgow, Bristol, Liverpool, Dublin and London.
Million Dollar Quartet is controlled by recompense winning chief Eric Schaeffer, who made his West End debut with the musical, The Witches Of Eastwick.