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Live Review: James Morrison @ Wilton’s Music Hall

I’m sure you’ve all heard those radio competitions to win tickets “for an exclusive intimate live show with…” but like me, you probably never thought you’d actually get to one. Well tonight, for me and few hundred others, we got to witness one such evening courtesy of James Morrison. The venue is Wilton’s Music Hall, one of London’s oldest original music halls, beautifully restored but with a capacity of only 300. Given this is one of his first live performances in 3 years, I’m sure he could have launched the new album Higher Than Here at  The O2 or...

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Live: King King @ Jazz Cafe

Glasgow based King King released their third album Reaching For The Light on 4th May. If a bulging trophy cabinet were their only measure of success, you’d be forgiven for wondering why they bothered. With best band, best album (for 2013’s Standing In The Shadows), best drummer, best bass player and best male vocalist snapped up in the 2014 British Blues Awards, they’re a collective with little to prove – but King King aren’t famed for resting on their laurels and the new record is already their most critically well received to date. The band recently played London’s Borderline,...

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