BRYAN FERRY had his audience dancing as he opened the Henley Festival.
The former Roxy Music frontman was greeted with wild applause as he took to the floating stage on Wednesday night.
Dressed in a multi-coloured velveteen smoking jacket and bow tie, Ferry performed hits including Slave to Love, Avalon, Let’s Stick Together, Love is the Drug and Jealous Guy.
After arriving at the side of the stage in a BMW, he told the crowd: “It’s great to be here in Henley.”
In a 90-minute set, Ferry played the keyboards and harmonica while his backing singers and dancers added style and flare in their black and gold dresses.