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Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DayBeforeUCame - 10.03.2007, 10:26
ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London
According to the fan club, there will be an ABBA show put on at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 26 Sept '07, with original musicians.
However, when you look on the their official website, there is no mention of it listed for the month of Sept.

http://tickets.royalalberthall.com/season/performances.aspx?monthyear=9-2007


Lisa (England)

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Maxi-saxi - 11.03.2007, 00:00

You people are so lucky living in the Uk. If it is original musicians playing ABBA Music it will be a great night out!



I can imagine Sponge, Diego there with there ABBA T-shirts up in front of the stage Dancing!!

Maxi-saxi

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 14.03.2007, 16:48

Hi DayBeforUCame you might won't to look at this.


If a pop up for a cell phone comes up X out and reclick, then go to this one.



Enjoy Ross

P.S. Royal Albert Hall UK Sept. 26-07

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 15.03.2007, 15:43

Hi to all that view this topic, Katja and Camilla were at the ABBA Fan Club Day 2006. The Official International ABBA Fanclub say, ABBA The Show, absolutely the best ABBA since ABBA.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 17.03.2007, 01:08

Sounds great Lisa - I'm up for this if it comes about. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 23.03.2007, 19:55

Just keeping this alive.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Maxi-saxi - 24.03.2007, 04:57

Spong

He will not doubt be there!

Didi might go as well.


You can all were your ABBA shirts from the Abbasite.

Maxi-saxi :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle:

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

johnny59 - 24.03.2007, 07:34

Moved this thread to the "Related artists" section as it is about a cover band.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 28.03.2007, 21:00

Hello everyone, tickets are on sale now for ABBA The Show, everyone can buy them on line at royalalberthall.com, they are selling for 37.50, 39.50, and 42.50, for a one night performance. This should be a very rare opertunity for Brits to catch these elusive Super-Swedes in action with a 28 piece band with The National Symphony Orchestra of London. You must take this poertunity to see this show, and I do advise you to do so. As far as ABBA tributes go I may just be lucky enought to see something this good again, but I will never see anything better.

Good luck and who ever goes must tell us all about it Ross

P.S. Johnny this is not just another cover band it is a recreation of ABBA and if you get the chance to go you will not be wasting your time.

Ross

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 30.03.2007, 11:54

I'm going - I dont do cover bands normally but as they come so highly recommended I shall give this a whirl - plus it will be great to go to such a fabulous venue asa the Royal Albert hall. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

abbatoday - 31.03.2007, 09:42

ABBA THE SHOW has own website with tour schedule:
http://www.abba-the-show.com/



ABBA TODAY
http://abbatoday.googlepages.com

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DayBeforeUCame - 02.04.2007, 20:23

I have got a ticket with a friend, 2nd row from the front


Lisa (England)

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 02.04.2007, 21:00

I was starting to worry about waterloo if they where comeing back to the U.S... Today I looked up South Shour Music Circus, they will be here July 20, 07 I am sooooooo happy but all of you people in England are so luckey to see all 28 pieces, I only get to see 18 piece band. Its called An Evening With ABBA The tour. I will be paying 47.25 and I get to say hi too katja and comilla and say welcom back.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 03.04.2007, 22:12

I booked partly on your recomendation, Designer. Really looking forward to the show. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 05.04.2007, 20:56

I went on the Offical International ABBA Fan Club to find ABBA The Show and I found this. ABBA The Show special ticket offer, five members of the original ABBA back up band, Ulf Anderson, Lasse Wellander, mats Ronander,Rutger Gunnarsson and Roger Palm, are re-uniting to perform with the group Waterloo. Members of the fanclub can now buy tickets from us, they are for some of the best seats in the house, members can buy them from our web site. Valid only through the 10th of April.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

mikeN - 12.04.2007, 22:36
ABBA The Show Royal Albert Hall
My wife has just given me my birthday present, two tickets in the front row for the show at the Royal Albert Hall in September. Whose a lucky birthday boy then!!!!
Hope to see you there Lisa, we met in Stockholm at Mamma Mia premiere.

Mike New

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 17.04.2007, 00:32

Hi Mike! Jill here! Remember me! It'll be great to see you again. So looking forward to this. I'm coming with Lisa so we will catch you there. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 17.04.2007, 15:06

Hi Lisa, Jill and mike, have a grate time, I hope many more people from this site go to the concert, if they dont they will be soooooooo jealous of you three when you all report back to this site and tell us all about it.

Ross

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 17.04.2007, 21:39

Thanks for the good wishes, Ross. :wink:

Will be sure to report back after the show. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

philzone - 18.04.2007, 16:53

Ross,
I have noticed in the US it is booked as ABBA-The Tour. I haven't seen any information as to who is in the band, though. I plan to see this at Red Rocks Amphitheater which is an awesome place to see anything.(July 27th). Then, not even 10 miles or so away, on August 4th, we have Bjorn Again at the Arvada Center for the Arts. A busy, ABBA-related summer for us here in Colorado!
(I've been to S.S. Music Circus as I am originally from Medfield, MA.)

phil

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 18.04.2007, 20:50

Hi phil, start at the begining of this topic, scroll down three and click on too Waterloo web site link and read all about them.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

philzone - 19.04.2007, 23:14

That is great, Thanks for the info, Ross! Maybe I'll go see Mamma-Mia in Las Vegas and have 3 ABBA-related events this summer!

Phil

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

mikeN - 20.04.2007, 22:53

Hi Jill
Good to hear from you. Yes of course I remember you from Stockholm meet up. It will be great to meet up with Lisa and you in London before the show if possible. I am so looking forward to the show, but September seems such a long way off.

Best Wishes
MikeN

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 21.04.2007, 08:51

Mike - we can make arrangments to meet for sure! Really looking forward to the show and it wil be here before we know it. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Maxi-saxi - 23.04.2007, 06:35

Is This Tour being only the UK,USA & Europe.

Or will they travel to Asia and other country's.

Maxi-saxi

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 03.05.2007, 15:18

Hi Maxi and everyone els, sorry to say Waterloo has cut their concert tour schedual back 75% from last year. Their only doing the UK, Denmark and Scandinavia. The other Swedish group will be touring the US and doing Waterloo's schedule. Arrival will be here in the US from June 23rd through July 28, 07.. Arrival will be playing The Music Circus with ABBA The Tour, Waterloo still goes by ABBA The Music and I am sorry for misleading anyone but I just found out from the Waterloo site this week, Katja Nord wrote in the guestbook, " all the schedules for 2007 are up and we will not be doing the United States this year with ABBA The Music". She wishes to say to every one in the U.S.A. " Thank you all for your support of us" Katja.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 07.05.2007, 20:23

HI every one, Waterloo has extended their tour so they have cut it back only 45% from last year, Maxi they will be touring in Asia 5 shows from 8/27 - 9/3 5 shows confirmed in Japan. Johnny59 Germany tour ABBA The Show December 28- ?

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DayBeforeUCame - 09.06.2007, 17:39

Has anyone who's attending the show in London, sourced any accommodation yet?

Lisa (England)

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 26.09.2007, 17:05

Every one of you have a grate time and tell us all about it. Ross...

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 28.09.2007, 10:44

Back now from seeing ABBA The Show at the Royal Albert Hall. A great evening - very enjoyable. Mats Ronander is a complete nut case. Fabulous. My those girls can sing! Excellent vocals, really good. Would recommend this even though I'm not normally a fan of tribute bands. Was great to see some of the old backing band. Also spotted in the front row were Carole Broughton and John Spalding. Nice also to catch up with some of my ABBABuddies. Looking forward now to the Museum opening in 2009. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 28.09.2007, 22:38

Hi polargirl, I am so happy that you like the show, Ross...

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

supertrouper - 29.09.2007, 11:07

It was the first time i'd been to see an ABBA tribute band and the first time i'd seen "ABBA" live so to speak They were fantastic. There were about 5 original ABBA musicians playing as guests. My only critisims would be that too many songs were missing, ie Summer Night City, Name Of The Game, One Of Us to name just 3. Also for some reason Frida sang Winner Takes It All and Agnetha sang I Have A Dream. Now i'm going to see Voulez Vous in February. Just wanted to share this with you.

Anthony.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

kitty-cat - 29.09.2007, 11:10

I was supposed to go and see Voulez Vous a couple of years ago, and i didnt get to go, apparently it was a great show. I am wary of tribute bands, i dont like them but I would have loved to have seen this show, and with original abba musicians too!!That would be amazing. How weird though that Frida sang TWTIA and Agnetha sang IHAD :shock: that sounds so odd lol!!! I'm glad you had a good time all of you who went...

Gill xx

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

supertrouper - 29.09.2007, 11:24

My friend who I went with was quite upset they didn't play 2 of his favourite songs, Angeleyes and One Of Us. He said Voulez Vous are brilliant because they play all of the hits. Now I don't usually like cover bands but I'm not going to see ABBA live am I? So I will check VV out when they come to East London in February next year.

Anthony. :lol:

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

kitty-cat - 29.09.2007, 11:26

Angeleyes is my favourite too Anthony lol!! How could they not play it :roll:

Gill xx

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

supertrouper - 29.09.2007, 11:34

Having said all that, I still thoroughly enjoyed the show, having never seen ABBA live myself, its the next best thing. The girls were great singers and it was spooky how alike "The Blonde One" was to Agnetha. They wore the original costumes too. The highlight for me was Eagle. Wow, Lasse Wellander was amazing on guitar. I hope the show was recorded and will be released one day.



:lol:

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Maxi-saxi - 30.09.2007, 00:46

You are so lucky

Sounds as thought you all had a great time


Maxi-saxi

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

welshabbalover - 30.09.2007, 11:04

Some Clips;

Bang-a-boomerang
http://youtube.com/watch?v=jKJ_6dbZmBE&mode=user&search=

Waterloo
http://youtube.com/watch?v=2i0StM2bS0M&mode=user&search=

Before i clicked on waterloo, looking at the little picture, it could have been the real ABBA, except for the noticible red band around ''agnetha's'' waist, which i think is part of a top she's wearing underneath hehe

Looked like a good show

Samy

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

supertrouper - 02.10.2007, 06:52

wow, we were told we could take pictures, but filming wasn't allowed. you can clearly see someone holding a video camera. :lol:

but then todays digital cameras can record video too i guess. :D

Anthony.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

welshabbalover - 02.10.2007, 22:12

Here's some more

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laxDjKDTVQs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6em9Q5eIzM

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Maxi-saxi - 03.10.2007, 01:32

Thank you for the links to the show

I'll check them out later.


Maxi-saxi

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

WATERL00 - 07.10.2007, 17:59

I think they are very good for a cover-band, I was just listening to Ring Ring - it really sounds similar to ABBA, not the same though but quite close especially since thy rely on real instruments and don't have those cryppy synth-backing-tracks. The ABBA-sound was also due to the rich instrumentations and this is something most ABBA-tributes lack bacause a big band or orchester is probably the most expensive part of such a show.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Polargirl - 08.10.2007, 21:25

Their Ring Rind sounded great - especially the first couple of verses which were sung in Swedish - I've always loved that version best and it was fantastic to hear it sung live, even if not by the original ABBA. :D

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DESIGNER - 11.10.2007, 17:57

Hi every one, and hi supertrouper, the reason for the one person singing one song and another person singing another song is when I saw Waterloo in the US they sang Take A Chance On Me and Katja Nord did the high part because Camilla Hrdren does not have the rang like Agnetha. That was ok with me because they put on a grate show.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

supertrouper - 12.10.2007, 19:25

Hi Designer.

Thanks for explaining why the leads were swapped on The Winner Takes It All and I Have A Dream. But it was still very strange to see and hear.

Anthony. :lol:

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

welshabbalover - 13.10.2007, 14:18

More Waterloo (Whole performance)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKe5kjXxqOA

On & On & On :roll: (Clip)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKlw6ovBf0M&mode=user&search=

Mamma Mia (Clip)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFVQD0hAl-Q&mode=user&search=

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Maxi-saxi - 14.10.2007, 03:54

Thank you

Maxi-saxi

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DancingQueen - 23.10.2007, 19:40

They're also planning concerts outside the UK like for instance the Netherlands. ABBA The Show can be viewed here in both Amsterdam as Rotterdam, and the old musicans will be there as well to support them.

Though I would love to see the people in action who worked with the real four back then, I absolutely can not stand tribute bands, and I won't be spending any money on it for sure.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

ullabba - 15.12.2007, 11:57

The show is coming to Finland in March -08 for three show dates (and towns). I have tickets to the show on 2nd March. I have heard only good things about ABBA The Show, so I hope it will be a very good evening.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

DayBeforeUCame - 15.12.2007, 12:22

Ulla, I went and saw it at Royal Albert Hall back in Sept and was very impressed. It was great seeing all the musicians which played with ABBA, and if you closed your eyes for a second, I slightly believed I was watching ABBA back in '79 - if only!!
You will have a good night.


Lisa (England)

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Anonymous - 16.12.2007, 07:54

ullabba wrote: The show is coming to Finland in March -08 for three show dates (and towns). I have tickets to the show on 2nd March. I have heard only good things about ABBA The Show, so I hope it will be a very good evening.

The evening of my birthday is going to be more fun for you than for me!

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

ullabba - 03.03.2008, 14:44

Well, I saw the show on Saturday, March 1, actually. It was a very pleasant evening, but rather predictable. From a far, the girls did look a lot like the originals. I sat on the 7th row (I booked for 3rd row, but they had to make seating adjustments and mine was one of the re-arranged ones). I wish they had played some of the "less known" songs, but I guess everyone who is not a fan like me wants to hear the wellknown popular songs and nothing new. I liked the instrumental parts in between, when the girls went to change costumes, especially Intermezzo vol. 1 was absolutely wonderful - and Suzy-hang-around was better than the original, honestly! 8)

The costumes were wonderful to see, too. So alike the originals. I liked seeing esp. "Frida" making the gestures that real Frida used to make on stage - and "Agnetha's" walk with moving her bottom was a good copy work, too! And the girls hanging around the bass player's legs... ah, as it was in -79 :lol:

The visiting act was saxophonist Ulf Andersson (only him).

The first 50 min was in chronological order, but the second half was not - and believe it or not, that disturbed me a little! As did the narrator's remark of "the divorce was inevitable" - and then it was time to sing The winner takes it all. Bah.

Also the narrator was a little strange. No problem at all that he spoke English, but somehow I didn't see a narrator fit in the show.

The orchestra was great, the acoustics were great (although the concert venue was rather not a normal one, an indoors sports hall where people usually play basketball and volleyball...), after the break half of the audience finally started dancing (we Finns are hard to please sometimes, we do like the concerts, but it is hard for us to just get up and dance...) and by the end of the concert, most people seemed extatic.

Anyway... Despite some small things that irritated me, I enjoyed the show, as did my husband. He bought me a ABBA The Show mug :D I was happy to be able to see the show in a neighbouring town, as I would not have travelled to far to see it. We paid 52e/ticket which was a little too high for such a venue (sportshall).

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Maxi-saxi - 04.03.2008, 05:40

Enjoyed reading your comments on the show Glad you had a nice time

\

Maxi-saxi

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

ainsley - 15.11.2008, 22:10
the show
I saw ABBA the show a few weeks ago here in Sheffield, England, I was very impressed! I've seen virtually every significant ABBA tribute band here in this country, and I thought they were significantly better.

Aside form having the advantage of real strings and brass, the general standard of the musicianship has higher. The only criticisms was that Lasse Wellander didn't show (which I was REALLY looking forward to) and their "Agnetha and Frida" were "the wrong way around" in terms of vocal register.
Great Night! :boogie:
Even the gloomy people of Sheffield enjoyed themselves ....eventually!!

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

johnny59 - 16.11.2008, 00:41
Re: the show
ainsley wrote: and their "Agnetha and Frida" were "the wrong way around" in terms of vocal register.

:shock:

This sounds awkward! Does this mean they were singing the leads vice versa also?

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

MGBSG1 - 16.11.2008, 02:27

ainsley,

I saw ABBA the show in St. Pete, Florida on June 8th. The group was called "Waterloo" and they were excellent. I would definately go see them again. I agree that "Agnetha and Frida" were "the wrong way around" in terms of vocal register. In fact the Frida look a like even sang "The Winner Takes it's All". I only wish they would of had more of an orchestra instead of just the four guitars, keyboard player, and the Saxes. They also had 2 background singers. It was a fantastic night I will never forget.

Mark

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WATERL00 - 30.01.2009, 00:21

I didn't want to open another topic but I saw ABBA - The Show in Hamburg on Tuesday and I was amazed by how good this show was.
Both ladies had fantastic voices and the band was awesome. Especially the orchestra helped a lot to make the whole thing sound like a real concert and not like four people singing along to mediocre karaoke-tracks.

The song-selection was very good, a lot of well-known hits mixed with rare tracks like Suzy-Hang-Around, Rock Me or So Long.

The audience was very much into them although songs like Suzy-Hang-Around or the long guitar-solo by Janne Schaffer somehow killed the flow and the atmosphere.

There were just two things that disturbed me. First was the fact that several stupid people left after So Long and therefore didn't see the four songs that were played as encore.

And the second thing is the fact that "Frida" sang TWTIA and "Agnetha" I Have A Dream. It simply looked wrong.

All in all I think I liked "Frida" a little better, the way she copied Frida's move for Why Did It Have To Be Me was awesome, I was sitting quite in the back so I couldn't see their faces properly - there were times when I thought to have the real ABBA in front of me. However "Agnetha's" take on SOS was so emotional - she copied the whole atmosphere Agnetha created in The Movie very well. In fact I'm pretty sure she could sing TWTIA without a problem. "Frida's" performance was a little too much over the top for my taste.

Another great thing was the last encore - since it was still January we got to hear Happy New Year. I love that song and I had never heard a cover band playing it. The friend that I was with that evening didn't know some of the tracks and I decided to help her out and show her the originals.

Due to some costume-changes there were some instrumental interludes that included songs like The Visitors or When All Is Said And Done which normally don't appear on the set-list of a cover band.

And Intermezzo No.1 was simply amazing - although I do have my doubts whether "Benny" and "Björn" really play their instruments. "Björn" was hardly changing chords on his guitar but I'm not sure about that.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

Kerymary - 12.02.2009, 11:27

I was yesterday on the concert in Budapest. An experience was fantastic! I experienced one of the largest ecstasies of my life. Was a fullhouse lecture in the arena, on the auditorium since five-year children until the octogenarian ones everybody sung, clapped, was raging and required an extra. Incredible, that this occurred in 2009 on Hungary. You plan a lecture, but the interest was big, they made the band sign on onto an other concert because of this. This is a wonderful thing!

All of the details of the lecture were wonderful, but the next details were my absolute favourites the best if I have to elect it.
-Intermezzo
-Crackin'up section
-The Movie and In Concert section
-the extras with Waterloo and TYFTM
-and Money 3x, and KMKY, and Suzy HA, and SOS etc...
I adored the orchestra on the stage, the fancy dresses.
It was wonderful that the characters did not have themselves celebrated, but the wonderful music, and the full respect was obtained from the audience.

And thank you for the "real musicians of ABBA" for the playing whith their musical instrumants on the stage, like as at in ABBA-time. It was amazing feeling for the fans.

Re: ABBA The Show - Royal Albert Hall, London

PorSiempreABBAFan - 07.05.2009, 17:26

Hi ;)

I've posted this in the introduction topic of Victoria, from Malta :) but surely would be more on topic here:

Looks like people in Malta enjoyed ABBA The Show: :)

ABBA The Show In Malta 2009
ABBA The Show Gimme Gimme Gimme 04/04/09
Link

Doesn't sounds bad at all :D

There's many clips of this concert from this YT user, another one:

ABBA The Show The Winner Takes It All 04/04/09
Link

ABBA The Show Super Trouper 04/04/09
Link

ABBA The Show Waterloo 04/04/09
Link

and more...

Jose

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Anonymous - 07.05.2009, 23:33

Thanks for the links! :D
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