Directed by Russell Mulcahy in 1983, the original film suffered when the director and his camera fell into the ocean...
The legendary singer-songwriter perform farewell gigs in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Leeds.
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Also taking part at the fundraiser are early Beach Boy David Marks and group alumni the Honeys.
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