Gig update

Things have moved along a bit since the last message, so here’s an update…

For Malcolm’s gig on September 30, Jari from Jariland will be accompanying him on keyboard and accordion. For the first time, Gina Price will play drums, and a great singer called Begum Ocakci ~ who will be making her UK debut ~ will bejoining infor two or three songs.

Because of these additions to the bill, entrance on the night will now be£10. This will allow Malcolmto give the other musicianssome of the takings. There won’t be any tickets in advance, entrance will simply be on the door.

As Malc says “me and an all girl band… who’d have thought that eh? I can’t believe my luck!”.

Sounds as if this is a gig not to miss. Hope to see you there!

 

 

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