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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

"Emily Remembered" - On The Road Again.

About 3 years back some of the most vibrant music on Tyneside was played at the Side Café - a sort of forerunner of Splinter @ The Bridge. It also coincided with the start of Bebop Spoken Here. One of the highlights of those halcyon days of yore was the session by guitarists Deirdre Cartwright and Kathy Dyson and their "Remembering Emily"  programme - a tribute to the late Emily Remler. Here is a link to that review.
Earlier this year I reviewed their CD Emily Remembered which stayed on my player for quite a while.
Now, thanks to Jazz Services, the duo are taking the show back on the road.
That's the good news! The bad news is that Newcastle isn't on the agenda. Leeds' Seven Arts Centre on Nov. 6 is the nearest it gets to us. This is a Sunday afternoon gig - 1pm - so it is accessible for guitar buffs - or music lovers in general.
Check out the other dates on DC's website.
Lance.

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