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Gypsy Fire - Sat 30th January 2010

Gypsy Fire was an evening of exhilarating Gypsy Jazz music created by an amazingly diverse duo Stuart Carter-Smith and Ben Travers. The evening was kicked off by local young up and coming guitarist, James Aldridge. For a the full review written by Year 10 KLB students Kesia & Callum read more.....

Gypsy fire was an evening of exhilarating music created by an amazingly diverse duo Stuart Carter-Smith and Ben Travers. The evening was kicked off by local young up and coming guitarist, James Aldridge, with a range of up-beat acoustic-rock songs from his new EP, Horoscopes. James shows great potential in becoming a popular act in the future and his performance showed great skill and energy throughout.

 
Duo, Stuart Carter-Smith and Ben Travers whisked us away to warmer climates performing breath-taking and inspiring gypsy music with a modern edge and eyes were drawn to their agile fingers throughout their performance. They created a stimulating atmosphere with the passion they have for their music and told amusing tales of previous performances. Their top quality act showed a unique approach to playing with their humorous ‘Man On Man Action’ double man strumming. They had great musical rapport with both their instruments and audience. A thoroughly enjoyable and memorable evening for all.
 
Written by Kesia Hemming and Callum McAllister
 
To see more about Gypsy Fire go to http://www.gypsyfire.co.uk/

 


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