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Music 2005 Archives - One4Review

Howard Jones  –  The Acoustic Nights

August 8, 2005 |

Howard Jones  –  The Acoustic Nights Eighty’s electro pop Icon Howard Jones Is doing a limited acoustic set at the Gilded Balloon Teviot.  Admittedly although I was aware of Howard during his ‘Pop Star years’ I couldn’t say I … Read More

Naked Voices Extraordinary Acappella

August 8, 2005 |

It must have been five years ago that i first came across this talented group of acappella singers who created fantastic music with not a single instrument in sight. They have returned regularly and have always delivered the same … Read More

Jimmy James:- Divas Dead or Alive

August 8, 2005 |

With Jimmy James you get exactly what the title of his show suggests but with some surprising twists and turns on the way. He is a slick, professional entertainer hailing originally from San Antonio, Texas, but now living in … Read More

Out of the Blue

August 8, 2005 |

I first saw ‘Out of the Blue’ at last years fringe, because of the nature of the group being university based members can graduate and move on and are being replaced annually by the new intakes. This year’s show … Read More

Jonathan Prag Classical Guitar

August 8, 2005 |

If in your hectic Fringe schedule you need a quiet musical break, Jonathan Prag will provide that repose. He is a master classical guitarist who can exploit the full range that the instrument offers. His performance is a musical … Read More

Tango Fire

August 8, 2005 |

Tango Fire direct from Buenos Aires, this Argentinean tango show makes its UK debut!  The four musicians La Quartada, play several numbers on there own, every second or third number they are joined by four dancers.  The leaflets promise … Read More

Life Sucks… And Then You Die

August 8, 2005 |

Broadway lyricist, composer, TV writer turned, cabaret performer Ray Jessel entertains us  for an hour with some humorous self penned ditties. I was unaware of Jessel’s work but an American group in the audience seemed to know him. He … Read More

Two’s Company

August 8, 2005 |

These two sisters have complimenting/complimentary soprano voices. I am not a particular fan of opera but enjoyed the short excerpts they performed. I liked the arrangements they had for Humpty Dumpty and Sing a Song of Sixpence. The finale … Read More

Ludwig’s Van

August 8, 2005 |

Ludwig’s Van       Stephen Daltry performs an amusing autobiography of his musical development from his boyhood years growing up in Cumbria, through his period of study at the Guildford School of Music and Drama to his present situation as … Read More

Yard  of  Ale

August 8, 2005 |

For over ten years now the Folk and Blues Festival held at the Guilford Arms has been sponsored by the Caledonian Brewery, and runs for ten nights with quality music. Another common denominator of this integral part of the … Read More