THE glory days of top vocal group Odyssey are not over yet: their legacy continues at Weymouth Pavilion on Saturday, August 17.

The popularity of the soul and disco act peaked in the 1980s when they topped the charts with Use It Up and Wear It Out, alongside other top ten hits in Britain and all over the world.

Now, Steven Collazo, who fronts the iconic band, is taking their story further. With an array of talented singers, musicians, DJs and dancers, the performance will rejuvenate the group's greatest hits, taking their music into the 21st century while maintaining the classic sound which made Odyssey famous.

The fellow band members sharing the stage with Steven are industry veterans Kate Sutherland, who has performed with international artists worldwide, and Michelle John, who worked as a vocal coach for Whitney Houston and Andrea Bocelli and has toured for more than a decade with Eric Clapton.

Odyssey originally began as a New York City singing group but is now based in the UK.

The band will be supported on the night by Romina Johnson, known for her hit singles Love and Happiness, Movin' Too Fast and Rise.

The performance, which will predominantly be standing only, begins at 8pm. Tickets cost £27 and can be purchased via the Weymouth Pavilion website or by contacting the box office.