Daniel Winters has perfected this impersonation down to the last detail. The vocal likeness, the style, the costumes are uncannily close making this probably the best Boy George Tribute Act in the UK today.
A rich career in entertainment both on stage and off has given Daniel an added performance quality unrivaled in his field. It’s clear to see, when watching him perform, why Daniel is in such high demand for corporate and private events. His ability to adapt his show to suit all audiences has given him a leading edge in the tribute genre. His attention to detail and exceptional ability to mimic the character he portrays ensures endless possibilities for this young entertainer.
This talented performer will have your guests on their feet in no time and shouting for more.
Daniel’s Sample Set List
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me
I’ll Tumble 4 Ya
Church Of The Poisoned Mind
Its A Miracle
Miss Me Blind
Love Is Love
Mistake Number 3
I Just Wanna Be Loved
God Thank You Woman
Thank you ever so much for performing for our NYE Extravaganza, you were absolutely fantastic. Excellent performer that wasn’t afraid to interact with the audience & get them on that dance floor! Great range of music the customers enjoyed! Thank you.
Thank you ever so much for performing for our NYE Extravaganza, you were absolutely fantastic. Excellent performer that wasn’t afraid to interact with the audience & get them on that dance floor! Great range of music the customers enjoyed! Thank you
He is amazing, performing as Boy George look a like at Pendlebury Legion was a brilliant night
Absolutely fantastic Frankie Valli tribute act had everybody up dancing and singing would 100% recommend Daniel Winters and thanks for making my charity night so fabulous
Amazing artist! Daniel Winters Really got the party going at our wedding. The dance floor was always full with a great mix of songs! Thank you so much � I wish it would let me give you 10 stars!!! Xx
Outstanding performance by Daniel at our function last Saturday night at the Proact Stadium. Absolutely amazing he had everybody on the dance floor from first to last song . truly fantastic truly five star performer. Thanks Daniel Winters
Fantastic Boy George tribute night at the Hilton Liverpool Well Done Daniel Winters for a great show.
Boy George Himself
Forming the Culture Club
By the 1980s, the New Romantic Movement had emerged in the U.K. Followers of the New Romantic period, influenced heavily by artists such as David Bowie, often dressed in grand caricatures of the 19th century English Romantic period. This included exaggerated upscale hairstyles and fashion statements. Men typically wore androgynous clothing and makeup, such as eyeliner.
The style became a calling card for George, whose flamboyance fit their beliefs perfectly. The attention the New Romantics attracted inevitably created many new headlines for the press. It wasn’t long before George was giving interviews based purely on his appearance.
George’s outrageous style caught the attention of Malcolm McLaren, the manager of the infamous punk group the Sex Pistols. McLaren was also managing a group called Bow Wow Wow, which was fronted by Burmese 16-year-old Annabella Lwin. McLaren felt he needed someone to give Lwin a bit more stage and vocal presence, so he arranged for George to perform with the group.
George made a few appearances to much audience acclaim, and inevitable friction between the two big personalities began to surface. However George, by now, felt inspired to form his own group. The answer came in the form of The Sex Gang Children. Bassist Mikey Craig and drummer Jon Moss were next to join the group, followed by Roy Hay. The group soon abandoned their original name, instead settling on Culture Club. The name was a joke in reference to the group members’ various backgrounds: George was Irish, Craig was Jamaican and British, Moss was Jewish and Hay was an Englishman.
Culture Club already had the distinction of being the first group since the Beatles to have three songs from their debut album become top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100. The group’s second album, Colour By Numbers (1983) was also a success, with the single “Karma Chameleon” rocketing to the No. 1 spot in numerous countries including the U.S., where it stayed for four weeks.
George soon became a household name, making him a natural choice for one of the lead vocals on the Band Aid single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” in 1984. However the pressure of fame began to take its toll, and by late 1985 George had developed an addiction to heroin. Culture Club began to lose their way musically. Work on their fourth album From Luxury To Heartache (1986) proved to be a headache as recording sessions dragged on for hours.
Daniel Winters As Frankie Valli
Daniel Winters performs a one man tribute show to Frankie Valli that will have you dancing in the isles!
Performing songs such as Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, My Mother’s Eyes, The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine, Hurt Yourself. You’re The song, The Proud One, Where Did We Go Wrong, Grease, Big Girls Don’t Cry.
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