WHAT’S your favourite musical decade? Chances are that whatever it is, Bolton’s Albert Halls has got it covered over the next 10 days.

The venue has a series of top shows lined up which will transport music lovers back in time.

It all starts tonight when Barry Steele presents the West End tribute to the music of Roy Orbison spanning the singers entire career from his early days in the 1950s to his time with the Travelling Wilburys in the Eighties.

Then tomorrow night, arguably one of the world’s leading Elvis performer Cris Connor will be bringing his 12-piece band live band the Steels and backing singers The Sweet Harmonies to present The World Famous Elvis show.

The two-hour musical extravaganza will recreate two of Elvis Presley’s legendary concerts from the 1960s and 1970s and feature many of his best known songs.

The odyssey back in time continues next week when on Thursday legendary DJ Tony Blackburn hosts The Sound of the Sixties.

This live show features The 60s All Star band and singers performing some of the biggest hits from a decade which changed the face of popular music.

Tony Blackburn - famously the first voice heard on Radio One - will be your guide as he shares some anecdotes about the songs.

Finally, next Friday sees Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp getting behind the decks as he plays some of the biggest hits of the Eighties. The musician and reality TV star will turn DJ for the night as he spins some classic tunes guaranteed to get you dancing.

For details of all the shows at the Albert Halls visit www.albert-halls.bolton.co.uk.