The Jersey Boy tribute by Pip Brown
Pip Brown performs 'The Jersey Boy", a tribute to the classic hits of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
Pip Brown (AKA Philip Rigarlsford) started on stage at 4 years old singing in scout Gang shows and his mother´s church as well as various school projects and busking with his older brother. By 21 after various UK tours in rock and punk bands the brothers signed to Jive Records and Universal Publishing achieving 4K reviews in Kerrang and critical acclaim from NME, Barfly, Rock Sound and several tours with top 40 UK artists as their opening acts. Radio 1 airplay on legendary John Peel, Steve Lamacq and Mary Anne Hobbs shows.
By 30 years old Pip & his brother were working on radio stations and Pip moved to Tenerife to start up a career in radio and tribute shows starting with Michael Bublé, Johnny Cash then moving to The Baseballs and Jersey Boys at the same time. He´s now moved back to the UK and available with his tribute shows nationwide which have comedy elements and strong audience inclusion.
During the spell in Tenerife, Pip won “Best Newcomer” and “Best Tribute” 2 x years running including live show vote on the day and “Best Group” for The Riffs & Quiffs (The Baseballs tribute) which is Rock N Roll adaptations of modern day music including Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Pussycat Dolls, Killers and many more.
With the height of the West End production JERSEY BOYS and much anticipated film release, Pip launched the first Canary Island tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons with Luke Carey who is available as part of the duo version.
- Walk Like a Man
- Rag Doll
- Big Girls Don't Cry
- Oh What a Night
- Who Loves you
- Working My Way
- Can't Take My Eyes off of You
- Bye Bye Baby
- Let's Hang On
- Ain't That Shame
- Cry For Me
- The Night (sometimes)
- Big Man in Town
- Will you Still Love me Tomorrow
- My Eyes Adored You
- Opus 17 (Don't you worry bout me)