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Charles Aznavour at the Royal Albert Hall – 3rd November 2015



Following his sell-out show at the venue last year last year, legendary singer-songwriter Charles Aznavour returns once more to become the oldest artist to ever headline the Royal Albert Hall.

The French chanson star is considered to be one of the greatest singer-songwriters of all time with hits like  She, The Old Fashioned Way , Yesterday When I Was Young and many more.
Named the world’s greatest entertainer in a CNN poll, his songs have influenced some of the most successful artists of all time; Elton John, Sammy Davis Jr, Fred Astaire and Celine Dion are just a few names to have recorded his  songs. Aznavour will be presenting his greatest hits taken from a staggering collection of 294 albums.

For more information and tickets, visit the Royal Albert Hall website here

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