NAT KING COLE 100 YEARS

A show celebrating the centennial anniversary of the incomparable Nat King Cole

Nat King Cole was born on the 17th March 1919 in the town of Montgomery Alabama and incredibly ONE HUNDRED YEARS LATER we are still listening to his music and his songs are hugely popular worldwide. The affection for Nat King Cole and his music stems from those privileged enough to have see him perform live and the lucky ones who, in their youth, danced and romanced to his music. For some, their love of Nat King Cole developed from hearing his music played by their parents and grandparents, magical feelings conjured from those happy memories are truly heart-warming.


Today we listen to Nat King Cole’s music on the radio, films and in countless TV adverts. His amazing voice signals the festive season and his music is played literally everywhere you happen go at Christmas time, from shops, airports and arenas to your own front room. Nat King Cole 100 Years is a show about a man like no other who helped pave the way for many artistes to achieve their dreams, through his music he has been immortalised, worshiped and adored. In 1943 Nat King Cole was signed to Capitol Records Los Angeles, California and because of Nat's success at Capitol, the studio in downtown Hollywood was affectionately known as The House That Nat Built. Even though he left us too young aged just 45, his legacy lives on through his music, Nat King Cole 100 Years is a show that captures perfectly the magic and memory of the Unforgettable Nat King Cole.