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Humperdinck Comes To Saban Theatre


February 12, 2015

By Steven Lieberman

Observer Reporter

His name comes from the 19th century Austrian composer who wrote "Hansel & Gretel." His voice comes from heaven and he has been a legend in the international music industry for the last forty plus years, with over 150 million records sold.

That singer is Engelbert Humperdinck and he will take the stage at Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills on February 20.

Some of his classic hits include: (Please) Release Me, After The Lovin', Spanish Eyes, The Last Waltz, Am I That Easy To Forget, There Goes My Everything, Can't Take My Eyes Off You, and the unforgettable Quando, Quando, Quando.

Humperdinck has recorded everything from the most romantic ballads to the platinum-selling theme song "Lesbian Seagull" for the latest Beavis and Butthead movie.

His remarkable voice and extraordinary talent has endeared him to millions of fans around the globe with the MTV generation having just "discovered" what a magnificent musician the rest of the world has celebrated for decades.

The concert begins at 8 pm.

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