STATUS QUO Guitarist's Son To Perform At British GRAND PRIX

STATUS QUO guitarist Rick Parfitt's son, Rick Parfitt Jnr. (photo), will be playing at the British Grand Prix on Sunday, July 10 to an estimated 60,000 people, in support of Jules Holland.

The gig will directly follow the Grand Prix.

This year has seen Rick Jnr. headline the notorious Kitsch Lounge Riot evenings in London, where he has sung with stars like SUGGS, CYNDI LAUPER and PAUL YOUNG. He also headlined the Sony BMG 'Elvis No. 1's' party with Tony Christie, was flown out to New York to sing with FOREIGNER and even found time to be scouted by a major label.

"This will be an awesome experience for me," Rick said,"The Grand Prix concert is a fantastic event...and of course I'm nervous but Dad said to imagine everyone naked so I'll just have to give that a go!!"

Rick Jnr. will be singing some old favorites and will be debuting some exciting new material. He will also be joined on stage by Faye Tozer, formerly of the band STEPS, for a song.

Tickets for the Grand Prix and can be purchased at or call 0870 850 0950 for more details.


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