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Gilly Darbey to sing Friday October 11


GILLY DARBEY (UK) Friday 11th October 8pm

With The Slacks @ 10pm and Mozelee @ 11.30pm Bar opens @ 5pm

"I just can't imagine anyone not falling in love with the feel, sensuality and emotion in Gilly's voice"

Gilly has been moving people with her singing for many years and in many guises. She has supported artists such as Van Morrison, Jasper Carrott, Phil Cool and Tori Amos and as such has played at nearly every major venue in the UK.

Gilly's voice has been used by award winning composer Richard g. Mitchell for the BBC drama "The Tennant of Wildfell Hall", shown worldwide, and "The Coupe de Gloire", an independent film about the world cup.

Gilly has had two very successful tours "down under", appearing, to rave reviews, at the prestigious Australian Blues Festival, with a live web cast from the "Basement Studio", Sydney.

No one hearing Gilly can fail to be moved by the soaring range of her voice and her heartfelt interpretations of the material, which ranges through folk, blues, jazz and gospel, with the odd Doris Day song thrown in....don't ask!!

http://www.gillydarbey.co.uk

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