Alan Walker as George Michael
Alan Walker’s colourful career in entertainment has made him one of the most acclaimed tribute acts in the United Kingdom today. A true chameleon of tribute acts, Alan’s stellar performances as a George Michael tribute act have seen him perform some of the most convincing renditions of the late singer’s musical catalogue. Alan’s performances of some of the best-known George Michael and Wham! hits have helped cement him as a hugely popular solo tribute artist.
A great choice for both corporate entertainment and wedding entertainment, Alan has consistently beaten stiff competition for gigs at some of the country’s most highly regarded conferences and corporate events.
Alan’s George Michael tribute act has been enjoyed by a wide variety of high-end clients. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Alan’s tribute to George Michael has seen appearances at some of the most notable private events in the country.
Alan’s live performance is marked by his almost unbelievable grasp of George Michael’s varied musical catalogue. Arguably, his performance of George Michael’s smash hit Faith is second to none. Alan’s clear mastery of George Michael’s musical output, however, does not stop there; his energetic cover of Wake Me Up Before You Go is sure to fill the dance floor at every occasion.
In addition, Alan’s convincing performance has also seen him dress the part, having been known to incorporate George Michael’s trademark blue blazer into his performance. This look became increasingly associated with George Michael through his live performances of Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, an iconic performance which famously featured his fellow English performer Elton John.
To book Alan Walker’s George Michael tribute act, or to book any of Alan Walker’s other tribute acts, contact Emkay Entertainments Agency via email@example.com. Alternatively, speak to a booking agent directly on 01506 855 555.
"Absolutely fantastic. Alan was so easy to work with and his show went down fantastic. Would highly recommend"
JB (Bathgate, October 2017)