Froggie returns to the stage

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 July 2012

Raymond Froggatt.

Raymond Froggatt.

The Princess Theatre

SINGER and songwriter Raymond Froggatt will be performing in Burnham tonight (Thurs) as part of his latest tour.

After six years of being voted the top male singer by the British Country Music Association, Raymond - or Froggie as he is known by his army of loyal fans - has put together a new show, Raymond Froggatt, Moving On - 50 Years On The Road Tour.

His country music has made him a popular performer and his writing talents also led him to sign up with major publishing houses. And all of this was happening while his songs were being recorded by artists all over the country and abroad, including Cliff Richard.

Raymond Froggatt will perform his Move On tour, with support from the band Eagle Country, tonight at 7.30pm at The Princess Theatre and Arts Centre, in Princess Street.

Tickets, priced £12.50, are available from the box office on 01278 784464 or via

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