From: Spyboy Info [info_at_spyboy_dot_co_dot_uk]
Sent: 11 April 2012 19:50
Subject: Update - Spyboy Festival Shows - this coming weekend
Hope to see you at one (or all three!) of our Eastbourne Festival shows
this weekend 13th/14th/15th (all start at 7.30pm and all have bar facilities).....
We start off with over three hours of Blues injected music on Friday night,
Upstairs at the Lamb in Old Town - Five incredibly talented players and topping the bill
is the French based duo Rag Mama Rag with their barnstorming mix of 20's and 30's Mississippi Blues
and East Coast Ragtime - still a few seats left (?15.00) - pay at the door.
On Saturday we are at the brand new Birley Centre (next door to the Congress Theatre)
where Tony Benn (possibly our most outspoken politician!) and Roy Bailey (possibly the finest interpreter
of both traditional and contemporary song!) present The Writing on the Wall a performance of writings, speeches
and songs taken from the words of Socialists, Radicals, Chartists, Suffragettes and Revolutionaries that illustrate
nearly 1000 years of campaigning for justice, freedom and equality.
..............Still a few Special Rate seats (?12.50 instead of ?21.50) available but ONLY by replying to this email....
info_at_spyboy_dot_co_dot_uk (Full price on the door if available)
Then we stay at the Birley Centre for Sunday's show when Cleo & Johnny's daughter
Jacqui Dankworth comes into town with her band and a full song book, that includes some of her own songs,
some standards, and some you?ll have heard before by Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald,
Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon.
Just a few seats left (?21.50) from 01323 841414 or probably on the door if you come early.
The following weekend (Saturday and Sunday) we get ready to welcome our players from the USA.....
Steve Earle's little sister Stacey Earle journeys with partner Mark Stuart from Nashville, Tennessee,
and Albert Lee returns from his home in Malibu, California, to start a new UK tour.
Tickets ONLY from 01323 841414
Details of all the above shows (and more) on www.spyboy.co.uk