Introducing Dusty Springfield tribute, Shelley Eaglestone. Probably the most authentic lookalike and soundalike to the blue eyed Soul Diva Dusty Springfield. This Dusty tribute will take you back in time, without a doubt, with costumes reminiscent of the era!
Singing all of Dusty’s greatest hits including You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me, Going Back and Son Of A Preacher Man. Not to mention I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten, Wishing And Hoping, I Only Wanna Be With You, In Private, Windmills Of My Mind and many more!
Shelley has worked in many countries for clients and venues as diverse as The Armed Forces, Haven, Pontins, many pantos. She has previously spent a formative 30 years playing and honing her craft in some of the biggest holiday parks in Europe!!
Dusty Springfield Tribute Shelley Eaglestone
For example: Hendra Holiday Park in Newquay, Cornwall, White Acres Holiday Park in Newquay, Cornwall. Shelley has been a member of two very successful female duos – taking them all over the world to places such as Holland, Berlin, Germany, Dubai.
Dusty tribute Shelley has enjoyed a successful solo career playing at home and abroad working with top headliners such as Jim Davidson and the very funny Duncan Norvelle. You may also have been lucky enough to see her performing on cruise ships for P&O.
Dusty Springfield. To boost her credibility as a soul artist, Springfield went to Memphis, Tennessee, to record Dusty in Memphis, an album of pop and soul music with the Atlantic Records main production team. Released in 1969, it has been ranked among the greatest albums of all time by the US magazine Rolling Stone and in polls by VH1 artists, New Musical Express readers, and Channel 4 viewers. The album was also awarded a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame. Despite its’ current recognition, the album did not sell well and after it’s release, Springfield experienced a career slump for several years.