Billy & Tina to rock the Royal Hotel this weekend

It's a gourmet dinner and a show for Valentine's celebrations at the Wellington 64 show lounge on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Tribute artist

Billy & Tina’s Valentine Bash will rock the Royal Hotel this weekend.

It’s a gourmet dinner and a show at the Wellington 64 show lounge on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Tribute artist Don Wolf has dedicated himself to recreating the magic that is Billy Joel. His uncanny resemblance to the star combined with his powerful and dynamic voice makes his act thoroughly convincing.

He’s worked with many top stars and producers, including Golden Earring, Poison, Bruce Fairbairn, Jack Richardson and Danny Lowe. After encouragement by other tribute artists, Truly Tina (Tribute to Tina Turner) and Kenny Holliday, (Tribute to Rod Stewart, Tribute to Jon Bon Jovi), due to his resemblance to Billy Joel and his strong vocal talents, Wolf decided that a tribute to Billy Joel would be a natural fit and a highly sought after act.

With this in mind, he made it happen. Now everyone in Chilliwack gets to enjoy his finely-tuned setlist of high-energy Billy Joel classics.

Valentine’s Bash, Saturday, Feb. 15 at Royal Hotel’s Wellington 64 show lounge, $60 per person, includes 3-course gourmet dinner at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. 604-392-9355.

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