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March 2018

Kindred Spirit

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March 23 @ 8:00 pm
£6 – £8

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The Exchange, Twickenham, London

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  The Kindred Spirit Band sound is special and distinctive, driven by "haunting and bewitching" female vocals, guitar, two classically trained , virtuoso, lead instrument players (on violin and flute / sax), dynamic, driving drums and bass guitar and laced with jigs, reels and duelling improvisations. This progressive folk rock band play powerful “perceptive and intriguing” original material which is inclined to the mystical, magical and environmental. Have a listen to the Kindred Spirit Band sound here: https://youtu.be/c_TBZuGHeOk “I have…

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June 2018

The Buddy Holly Story

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June 15 @ 8:00 pm
£15-12

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The Exchange, Twickenham, London

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BUDDY - THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY With audiences around the world dancing in the aisles this legendary production hits The Exchange, Twickenham. Oh Boy! Rave On! Peggy Sue! That’ll Be The Day! - All smash hits of the golden days of rock ’n’ roll, when ‘doo-wops’ and ‘ah hey, ah hey, heys’ rang out from every jukebox! If you weren’t born then, or were too young to be a part of this exciting period of musical history then you won’t…

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The Buddy Holly Story

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June 16 @ 8:00 pm
£15-12

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The Exchange, Twickenham, London

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BUDDY - THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY With audiences around the world dancing in the aisles this legendary production hits The Exchange, Twickenham. Oh Boy! Rave On! Peggy Sue! That’ll Be The Day! - All smash hits of the golden days of rock ’n’ roll, when ‘doo-wops’ and ‘ah hey, ah hey, heys’ rang out from every jukebox! If you weren’t born then, or were too young to be a part of this exciting period of musical history then you won’t…

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Let’s Get Lost – The Life and Music of Chet Baker

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June 21 @ 8:00 pm
£12-8

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The Exchange, Twickenham, London

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The Life Chet Baker started playing professionally in the early 1950’s working with the baritone saxophone player and arranger/composer Gerry Mulligan and then with pianist Russ Freeman. Baker was voted America’s top trumpeter by Downbeat Magazine in 1955 ahead of Dizzie Gillespie, Miles Davis and Clifford Brown and helped to establish a West Coast style dominated by white musicians. The pressure of living up to this elevated status helped fuel Chet Baker’s appetite for a potent mix of hash, heroin…

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