Monthly Archives: September 2016

13 Old Jazz Concert Reviews

Concert Review Abdullah Ibrahim Trio – Birmingham Symphony Hall – June 3rd 2005 One of the legends of African Jazz piano, Abdullah Ibrahim led his trio through an exultant, jubilant set when he played at Birmingham Symphony Hall. The trio … Continue reading

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Five Old Concert Reviews

Four Parts Guitar – Lichfield Guildhall – February 13th 2011 A capacity audience at the Guildhall saw some of the finest guitarists in the country when Four Parts Guitar opened their latest tour in Lichfield. The ensemble, consisting of acoustic … Continue reading

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Six Old Concert Reviews Part Two

Shooglenifty – Lichfield Guildhall – March 7th 2008 Shooglenifty, one of Scotland’s most forward thinking musical groups played to an enthusiastic Guildhall when their tour reached Lichfield. The six piece band, who have played all over the world, and have … Continue reading

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Six Old Concert Reviews

Dervish – Lichfield Guildhall – 3rd February 2008 The world famous traditional Irish band Dervish called into Lichfield Guildhall as part of their latest tour. The six piece band of Brian McDonagh on Mandola, Flute and whistle player Liam Kelly, … Continue reading

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Five Old Concert Reviews

Concert Review Keith James – The Songs of Nick Drake – Lichfield Guildhall April 30th 2005 The songs of one of the countries more mysterious, but revered songwriters were played to a select audience when Keith James played the music … Continue reading

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Three CD Reviews – Jeff Beck

Jeff Beck – Rock ‘n’ Roll Party Eagle Rock Entertainment Jeff Beck – Guitar, Imelda May – Vocals Imelda May Band – Various Gary US Bonds – Vocals Brian Setzer – Guitars and Vocals   In June 2010, Jeff Beck, … Continue reading

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Theatre Review – Cold Calling: The Arctic Project

It is very rare these days for theatres to take chances on new shows, or new ideas, and although the audience is there for something different, this audience does not bankroll one of the most creative, and undervalued industries currently … Continue reading

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