RECREATING the sounds of what many music enthusiasts consider the golden age of rock - the '50s and '60s - the Starliners guarantee a sensational night of entertainment.
The band, fronted by three talented female vocalists, will take to the stage of Liverpool Catholic Club from 8.30pm this Saturday.
Expect to hear renditions of tracks made famous by the likes of The Crystals, The Chiffons, Tina Turner, Lesley Gore, Petula Clark, The Supremes and Dusty Springfield.
Starliners features the voices of Rachel, Melanie and Bernii. Each are talented solo performers in their own right, and when they come together, the harmonies are out of this world.
The ladies are backed by a sensational group of musicians, who between them boast a combined 150 years on stage.
Serving as the show's compere is its creator, Wayne Thomas.
Wayne boasts an impressive musical CV, having played on several early Bee Gees recordings as well as stage productions, including Les Miserables and The Boy From Oz.
Tickets for Saturday's show cost $2 and are on sale now from the club, which is located in Hoxton Park Road, Prestons.