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Fri 24th/11/2017

Blick Bassy with support from the New Zazous

— LEFTBANK
with support from the New Zazous
time:20:00
price: Headfirst Tickets

Information:

Friday 24th of November

£10+BF : £12 OTD

21:00

+ Support from The New Zazous

Following the acclaimed release of Akö – an idiosyncratic yet infectiously catchy blend of guitar, banjo, cello, trombone and the artist’s soulful voice – Cameroonian singer-songwriter Blick Bassy will perform with his three-piece band on the stage of the Royal Festival Hall on Friday 11 September. Major acclaim in France has been followed by reviews in The Guardian, The Observer, Evening Standard and Songlines Magazine. And, as well as being played by Lauren Laverne, Gideon Coe and Cerys Matthews on 6Music and by Max Reinhardt and Mary Anne Kennedy on BBC Radio 3, Blick’s music was chosen by Apple for a worldwide campaign to advertise the iPhone6.

The New Zazous are a new band on the Bristol music scene bringing together a wide variety of Bristol's eclectic sounds. With indian drums, irish vocals, a chinese cimbalon, double bass and guitar the Zazous create a culturally rich sound.

Doors open at 8pm

The New Zazous: 10pm

Blick Bassy: 11pm
WHO'S GOING:

Artist Videos:

YouTube
Blick Bassy - Akö (Full Album)
YouTube
Blick Bassy - One Love (Studio Session)
YouTube
Blick Bassy - Ndjé Yèm

Artist Audio:

Blick Bassy - Moût (Max Le Daron & DJ Mellow Remix) - NØ FØRMAT!
2:35

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