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From the saccharine sounding "Honey, Honey" to the effervescent "Chiquitita" and "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" to the assertive "Dancing Queen" and "Super Trooper," the pop phenomenon known to the world as Abba has infiltrated our auditory senses ever since they arose to international fame in the early 1970s. Coming out of the Nordic region of Sweden, they may come across as being the direct descendents of the elusive Atlantian race, yet have charmed millions upon millions of music listeners through their cloying vibes and endearing tunes. Where the musical Mamma Mia! Has already been blasting Abba's music all over the world through the scripted shenanigans of the respective cast for more than a decade, the Abba Fab phenomenon has off late been piping their songs through the uplifting vocals of the delectable duo of Anne Davies and Chelsea Faulds. So to say "thank you for the music" that Abba has poured forth, secure some Abba Fabtickets now.
Formed in 1970 in Sweden, Abba was launched into the musical stratosphere by Benny Anderson, Björn Ulvaeus, Anni-Frid "Frida" Lyngstad and Agnetha "Anna" Fältskog. Throughout the decade from 1972 to 1982, there was no stopping the Abba musical engine that powered through pop charts all over with a cornucopia of numbers contained within a repertory of 8 studio albums and 9 compilation ones as well as a live one and trio of box sets that have entailed more 375 million in record sales. Such a cascade of sales pits them as the "second most-successful pop band", with The Beatles being the all-time champions, and right after Elvis Pressley, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Led Zeppelin and Queen. This was a significant achievement on their part when one considers that they were non-native English speakers to begin with and all the other artists in the higher selling echelons hailed from either the United Kingdom or The United States. The Abba Fab band, fronted by the vivacious duo of Chelsea Faulds and Anne Davies will be a veritable tribute to the eponymous act's enduring legacy.
After breaking through with their debut album Ring Ring in 1972 that instantly put them center stage in their native country of Sweden by peaking at the 2nd spot on the album charts as well as going top-ten in Australia, their sophomoric salvo of Waterloo unleashed a volley of hits, such as "Honey, Honey" and the title track "Waterloo," with the latter topping the charts all over and breaking into the top-ten slot on Billboard's Hot 100. With their self-titled third studio offering, Abba said "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" to their marriage of music and mania and swept the music industry with numbers such as "SOS" and "Mamma Mia," all three becoming chart topping songs in major countries. The Abba Fab 28-song strong set-list includes most of Abba's familiar numbers.
As the music flowed out in a barrage of records all throughout the 1970s, the plethora of platinum and gold certifications kept on rolling in, as did the awards, more than two dozen strong. Abba was dutifully honored in 2010 with inductions into the Hit Parade Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Accompanied by a sensational 9-piece band, the experienced Anne Davies and the budding Chelsea Faulds of Abba Fab, what with being only 19, boasting sets of pipes each that uncannily sound like those of Abba's Anna and Frida, go through a spectacular set of more than two dozen of Abba's greatest hits like nobody's business.
Billing themselves as the “The Premiere ABBA Experience,” Abba Fab has been put together by the company calling itself Tad Management that seems to doing a booming business in putting together tributary shows. In addition to theAbba Fab project, they have similar ones such as Piano Man that capitalizes on the music of Billy Joel and Elton John, Yesterday Once More that pitches the tunes of Karen Carpenter of The Carpenters, The Magic of Manilow that mimics the music of Barry Manilow, Walking Like Men that does seasonal sessions of Frankie Valli's falsetto laden numbers. So claim some Abba Fabtickets now to have a fabulously frivolous time whilst trundling down memory lane into yesteryear's pop parade.