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Rod Stewart and David Bowie together on the same stage...or at least that's what you'll think. You won't believe your eyes or ears...or that these world-class entertainers are really impersonators. Enjoy such classic hits as: Fame, Let's Dance, Hot Legs, and Maggie May, all done in note perfect performances by two of the world's greatest tribute artists. Rob Caudill and David Brighton brilliantly recreate the music and good time stage antics of two of popular music's most flamboyant solo performers in The British Superstars (a Live Tribute to Rod Stewart and David Bowie).

David Brighton as David Bowie: David Brighton is credited as being the world's best David Bowie tribute artist, with one of the most entertaining tribute acts to ever hit the stage.

"David Brighton has the voice, moves and look to actually step in for David Bowie if he were unavailable and few would ever know," says Harry Maslin, the Producer of David Bowie's Young Americans and Station To Station Albums.

Mr. Brighton's credits include performing side by side with David Bowie himself in Vittel mineral water's TV commercial, as well as in international pop star Shakira's concert video. The LA Review put it this way..."Brighton's charisma keeps the audience mesmerized and his vocals are flawless... His likeness to Bowie is eerie..."

David Brighton has been performing live concerts and making radio and television appearances worldwide since 1994, sharing the bill with some of the biggest acts the world has known, including: Elton John, Chicago, and Stevie Wonder.

Before entering the world of celebrity impersonation, Mr. Brighton played lead guitar with a number of popular recording artists, including the hit arena rock band, Quiet Riot... in which he replaced the legendary guitarist, Randy Rhoads.

Rob Caudill as Rod Stewart: People stop Rob Caudill in airports for autographs. They stare at him in restaurants. And when he struts on stage, women swoon and scream themselves hoarse. Why? He is a dead-on Rod Stewart impersonator. He heeded the advice of many people when he embarked on his career as the premier Rod Stewart tribute artist. "I've worked with Rod Stewart and Rob Caudill's look, sound, and energy are identical..." says Joe Walsh of the Eagles. With spiked hair and leopard-skin coat, the singer recreates Rod Stewart's show and his greatest hits with uncanny accuracy. Rob Caudill has "The Look" and the Uncanny Vocals that come naturally. The Costuming, Energy and Illusion (or is it an Illusion??) make this a show that will leave the crowd screaming for more!!

"Individually, they are both exceptional performers. They look and sound strikingly like their prospective alter egos. The surprise is what happens when they're up there together. The good-natured way they tease each other and banter with the audience is only part of it. You walk out feeling like you've really gotten to know David Bowie and Rod Stewart and had a great time doing it. They even bring out some surprise guest stars now and then. This is one of the best tribute shows you'll ever see." - The Music City Journal

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