Saturday 9 July
Bryan Ferry - SOLD OUT
Suave, smooth and sophisticated, Ferry will be performing tracks from his new album, Olympia which saw was him re-assert his throne as the undisputed ‘King of Cool’, as well as showcasing his vast catalogue of Roxy Music and solo work.
Combining a breathtakingly effortless style with a nuance of the ultra-modern, Ferry continues to enjoy ongoing success all an round performer, composer and solo artist, securing his status as an contemporary pop icon.
Sassy and elegant, Ellis-Bextor rose to the top of her success as a singer in the early 2000s with her first solo album Read My Lips featuring Sophie's biggest hits Murder On The Dance Floor and a rework of Cher's Take Me Home. Placed on the edge between glamorous mainstream pop and dance techno, Ellis-Bextor is back with album number four, looking and sounding better than ever. Live, she is flawless – the perfect host… throwing her audience what is more of a party than a gig.
Sharp suit, lightning wit, dazzling piano skills and killer songs, Joe Stilgoe burst on to the scene with the release of his debut album ‘I Like This One’ in 2009, and in between playing in jazz clubs around the world he has been back in the studio recording the follow-up. His live shows are a joyous mix of incredible musicianship and sheer entertainment, much honed from a jam-packed schedule which has seen him play in New York, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, and jazz clubs from Wigan to Woking to the legendary Ronnie Scott’s in London. Joe’s is a star rising fast, as validated by Sir Michael Parkinson - “…a truly remarkable singer songwriter, not to mention outstanding piano player… I thank you for creating that most exciting of moments when, as a lover of good music, you know you have seen and heard something remarkable.
Also at Kew the Music this summer...
- The Feeling and The Noisettes
- Blondie and The Magnets
- Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
- Jamie Cullum and Natalie Williams
- Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club
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