warm, witty and a show business legend,
Squires, whose Fairy Liquid ‘Hands That Do Dishes’
song earned her the accolade ‘Queen of the Jingles’,
continues to charm and delight her audiences whether
it’s a major Concert Hall or the local village hall.
Often identified as ‘Britain’s Doris Day’ her enduring
appeal is testament to the talent and personality of a
true star who was born to sing.
She has worked with star performers from Johnny
Dankworth and Ted Heath to the BBC Concert Orchestra;
from Ken Dodd to Cliff Richard; from Matt Monro to Sammy
David Jnr, on both sides of the Atlantic: in every
medium, Recording, Radio and Television, including coast
to coast USA.
This is what
‘Those were the days’
is all about,
a glorious journey through
‘Sixty Years of Popular
Song’, a shameless wallow in musical nostalgia for
some but a wonderful discovery for others. No, not
another tribute show but rather a celebration of the anniversary years by Britain’s
Queen of Song of those diamond
The sentimentality of the Forties was followed by the happy
music of the fifties and sixties which produced a galaxy
of Stars uniquely recalled by Rosemary who actually
shared top billing throughout years of memorable hits.
Joined by international celebrity,
Brian Dee and his
Music and packed with amusing anecdotes of backstage
memories, makes for a two-hour feast of fun, chatter and
great music. Usually followed by a chat with the
audience over a cup of tea!