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Music 2005 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - One4Review

Graffiti Classics

August 8, 2005 |

A simply wonderful show. This string quartet can sing, dance and do comedy but the basis of their act is that they are all accomplished musicians. The range of music they can play is remarkable, from jigs to Mozart. … Read More

Havana Rumba!

August 8, 2005 |

‘Havana Rumba!’ hit the headlines as a certain ‘Kily Manogue’ (yes yet another Ausie soap star in Edinburgh) joined the cast on stage on the first Saturday night of the run.  I had already booked it in and was … Read More

Abaddon’s Music Fest

August 8, 2005 |

One of the pleasures of the Fringe is unexpectedly coming across an act which provides a gem of entertainment.Such an act is folk duo Mac Polvo ( Euan Johnson and Rory MacLeod) who appear under the banner of Abaddon’s … Read More

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

Antonio Forcione Quartet – Tears of Joy

August 8, 2005 |

The title of this years Antonio Forcione show ‘Tears of Joy’ is quite apt in that, that was exactly how I felt at seeing the concert. The previous 24 hours had been hell and I wasn’t really up for … 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

BA Robertson – My Living Years

August 8, 2005 |

I wondered last year whether I had enjoyed BA Robertson’s show so much because I had been waiting years to see him live, so I decided to go and see him again this year and he was still as … 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

Camille

August 8, 2005 |

Camille O’Sullivan, half French half Irish chanteuse is a true artiste. She sings like an angels, but dresses and acts as a vamp, and from the moment she entered the arena she had the entire audience mesmerised with the … 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