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Photography: Tommy Emmanuel & Martin Taylor

The Colonel and the Governor came to town and dutifully sat down and played 3 hours of beautiful hypnotic guitar playing. You can also read the live review here. and the whole set here: You can also read the album review here: https://rockshot.co.uk/6444/review/ and the live review here: https://rockshot.co.uk/6649/live-review-emmanuel-taylor-the-robin-2-bilston/ Both written by Tim Price. Share8 Tweet7 +1 Pin Share...

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Live Review: Emmanuel & Taylor @ The Robin 2.

In 1910 a boy was born to a family of nomadic gypsies camped outside the village of Liberchies in Belgium. By the time of his death, only 42 years later in 1952, this boy, Jean Reinhardt, had become world famous as “Django”, possibly the greatest of jazz guitarists.The Colonel and the Governor decided it was time to release Pandora’s Box and open up these old songs, not just from Django, but many more of their heroes. A capacity crowd on a Mothering Sunday saw folk queuing outside on this bitterly cold night. The doors finally opened at 7.30 p.m....

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Interview: Dar Williams. A Witness And A Mechanic.
Interview: Dar Williams. A Witness And A Mechanic.
Published On: March 24, 2014
Dar Williams casts her eye over the plush scarlet sofa and mirrored walls of the bar at the back of Bush Hall, where we’re to do our interview and photographs. “It’s kind of Electric Ladyland!” she chuckles, as we sit down to discuss her latest tour of the UK - which has sold out, even without a new album Continue Reading

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