Albert Hammond brings his Songbook Tour to the Stables in Wavendon on Sunday.
Hammond has been writing songs for more than 40 years and since the 1960s there has not been a decade in which he hasn’t written multiple hits.
He scored his first hit with Little Arrows which was recorded by Leapy Lee in 1968 going on to be the man behind more than 360 million record sales worldwide and more than 30 chart-topping hits.
Hammond’s hits include the likes of The Air That I Breathe and When I Need You which have become hits multiple times with different artists.
Artists who have recorded Hammond’s songs include Celine Dion, Tina Turner, Elton John, Joe Cocker, Diana Ross and Johnny Cash
He has also had number ones performing under his own name.
The Albert Hammond: Songbook Tour is on Sunday, April 26.
Doors open at 8pm, tickets cost £22.50 before fees. Visit www.stables.org for details.