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By Kind permission of Wooders:-
2017

Nov
16/17th - Blondie @ O2 Academy: Brixton
17th - Sari Schorr @ Boom Boom: Sutton
      Curse of Lono @ ULU
      The Undertones @ KoKo
18th - Martha Reeves @ the Vandellas @ Student Central, Uni of London
      The Spikedrivers @ The Sound Lounge
      Queens of The Stone Age @ SSE; Wembley
19th - Insane Clown Posse @ O2 Forum
      Mr Big + The Answer + Faster Pussycat @ O2 SBE
20th - The Temperance Movement @ The Borderline
21st - Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy @ 229 The Venue
      Blues Pills @ Jazz Cafe
20-22nd - Royal Blood @ Alexandra Palace
      Queens of The Stone Age @ The O2
22nd - Imelda May @ RAH
23rd - Deep Purple + Europe @ The O2
        James Blunt @ Eventim Apollo
        Daddy Long Legs @ Birthdays (N16 8BJ)
        Colin Blunstone @ Beaverwood
23/24 - Newton Faulkner @ S.C. Uni London
        Rag ‘n’ Bone Man @ O2 Academy; Brixton
24th - Samantha Fish @ The Borderline
      Colin Blunstone Band @ Boom Boom; Sutton
      Brian Downey’s Alive & Dangerous @ Nell’s Jazz & Blues
24/25 - Jools Holland + Jose Feliciano @ RAH
25th - Mike Brookfield @ Boom Boom
26th - Chris Rea @ Eventim Apollo
      Bad Touch + Mollie Marriott @ O2 Academy Islington
27th - Robin Trower @ Islington Assembly Hall
      Rick Wakeman @ Cadogan Hall
27/28th - The Killers @ The O2
28th - Ash Wilson Band @ 100 Club
      Tommy Castro Band @ Beaverwood
29th - Graham Bonnett @ Underworld
      Robin Trower @ Islington Assembly Hall

Dec
1st - John Coglan’s Quo @ Dingwalls
      Derrin Nauendorf @ The Slaughtered Lamb
      Jo Harman @ St Pancras Old Church
      Michael Monroe @ The Dome
1&2nd; - Kasabian @ The O2
2nd - Lionheart + Airrace @ The Underworld
    Catfish @ The Cavern Freehouse
    JW Jones @ the Borderline
    Tommy Castro @ Boom Boom; Sutton
3rd - Good Charlotte @ O2 Academy; Brixton
    Kobra & The Lotus @ Underworld; Camden
4th - Stone Sour + The Pretty Reckless @ O2 Academy; Brixton
      Electric Boys @ The Underworld
      Tommy Castro & the Painkillers @ 100 Club
5th - Connie Lush @ 100 Club
      Tyler Bryant @ The Shakedown @ Dingwalls
6th - Diamond Head @ O2 Academy; Islington
      Stone Sour @ O2 Academy; Brixton
      Low Cut Connie + Curse of Lono @ The Borderline
8th - The Blockheads @ Islington Assembly Hall
      Status Quo @ Eventim Apollo
      Robert Plant & Sensational Space Shifters @ RAH
      Tyla’s Dogs D’amour @ The Lounge 666
      Rocket From The Crypt @ Electric Ballroom
9th - IQ @ Islington Assembly Hall
    Marilyn Manson @ SSE Arena
    Gun @ Electric Ballroom
10th - The Darkness @ Eventim Apollo
        Mastodon @ O2 Academy; Brixton
        The Quireboys (unplugged) @ The Borderline
        Mike Sanchez @ 100 Club
12th - Queen & Adam Lambert @ The O2
    Mark Lanegan @ KoKo
    Uli Jon Roth @ O2 Islington
13th - Jimmy Barnes @ Islington Academy
14th - New Model Army @ O2 Forum
15th - The Pretty Things @ The Borderline
        Queen & Adam Lambert @ SSE Arena
        Mogwai @ O2 Academy; Brixton
        Sweet @ Nell’s Jazz & Blues
15/16th - Fish (Clutching At Straws 30th Anniversary) @ Islington Assembly Rooms.
16th - Ian Siegal @ The Bull’s Head
        John Otway & Little Big Band @ Nell’s Jazz & Blues
17th - HIM (Farewell Tour) @ The Roundhouse
        Ginger Wildheart’s Birthday Bash @ The Garage
        Cadilac Kings @ Hideaway
18th - Extreme + Dan Reed Network @ O2 Academy; Brixton
19th - HIM (Farewell Tour) @ The Roundhouse
21st - Fields of The Nephilim @ O2 Forum
      Wolfsbane @ O2 Academy; Islington
      In Flame @ Wembley Arena
22nd - Fields of The Nephilim @ O2 Forum

2018

Jan
4th - Black Country Communion @ Eventim Apollo
7th - Marcus Bonfanti @ Green Note
13th - Family & Friends; Roger Chapman @ SBE
15th - Ben Poole + Stevie Nimmo @ 100 Club
16th - Sari Schorr @ Half Moon; Putney
        Joe Louis Walker @ 100 Club
17th - King King @ Eventim Apollo
        Climax Blues Band @ 100 Club
18th - Bernie Marsden @ 100 Club
20th - Atomic Rooster @ U.T.B.
21st - Francis Dunnery @ Bush Hall
23rd - Laurence Jones @ The Borderline
26th - Billy Walton Band @ The Borderline
30th - Aynsley Lister @ 100 Club

 

 

     

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Gig Guide Part 2:-

2018

February
2nd - Chantel McGregor @ 100 Club
3rd - The Brew @ The Borderline
4th Simon Townshend @ Half Moon; Putney
5/6th - The Rifles @ The Garage
6th - Anvil @ The Underworld
8-10th - The Rifles @ The Garage
10th - Hayseed Dixie @ O2 Academy; Islington
15th - Lydia Lunch @ Corsica Studios
16th - Curved Air @ The Borderline
17th - The Damned @ O2 Forum
        Fairport Convention @ Union Chapel
18th - Kiki Dee & Carmelo Luggeri @ The Pheasentry
      Big Boy Bloater & The Limits @ 100 Club
      Marcus Bonfanti @ Green Note
19th - Jessarae @ The Borderline
21st - Little Caesar @ The Underworld
21/22 - Bon Iver @ Eventim Apollo
24th - Paul Carrack @ The Palladium
      Franz Ferdinand @ O2 Academy; Brixton
25/26 - Bon Iver @ Eventim Apollo SOLD OUT
26th - Jake Bugg (acoustic) @ The Palladium

March
2nd - Duncan Reid @ 100 Club
      Stereophonics @ SSE Wembley
3rd - Paul Weller @ The O2
      Blaze Bailey @ The Underworld
      Dan Reed & Danny Vaughn @ The Borderline
4/5th - Bon Iver @ Eventim Apollo
7th - Elbow @ The O2
8th - Rag’N'Bone Man @ Alexandra Palace
9th - Magnum @ Islington Assembly
      The Temperance Movement @ O2 Forum
9/10 - John Cale @ The Barbican
10th - Martin Harley & Daniel Kimbro @ Union Chapel
11th - Skid Row + Night Ranger + Toseland @ O2 SBE
16th - Chris Robinson Brotherhood @ ULU
17th - Thorbjorn Risager & The Black Tornado @ 100 Club
        Eric Gales + Quinn Sillivan + Gary Hoey @ The Garage
        Feeder @ O2 Academy; Brixton
21st - Dan Patlansky @ The Borderline
23rd - Blue October @ SBE
      Connie Lush + Kyla Brox + Erja Lyytinen @ U.T.B
24/25 - #YES50 - Yes @ The Palladium
27th - Thirty Seconds To Mars @ The O2
      Connor Selby Band @ 100 Club
27-29th - Steven Wilson @ RAH
30/31st - Wonder Stuff + Ned’s Atomic Dustbin @ O2 SBE
31st - Alabama 3 @ O2 Forum

April
1st - Toto @ RAH
5th - Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society @ RAH
7th - The Deep Purple Family Tree Show @ O2 Academy, Islington
9th - Evanesence @ Eventim Apollo
11th - Pontus Snibb Wreck of Blues @ The Underworld
14th - Andrew W.K. @ O2 Forum
15th - Sonny Landreth @ 229 The Venue
17th - Jethro Tull - 50th Anniversary @ RAH
18/19th - Gregory Porter @ RAH
21st - The White Buffalo @ O2 Forum
25th - G3 (2018 - Joe Satriani, John Petrucci, Uli Roth) @ Eventim Apollo
27th - Noel Gallagher High Flying Birds @ SSE Arena; Wembley

May
1&3rd; - Bryan Ferry @ Eventim Apollo
4th - Beth Hart @ RAH
6th - Reef + The Wildhearts + Terrorvision @ Eventim Apollo
16th - Foreigner (40th Anniversary) @ Royal Albert Hall
18th - Band of Friends @ The Borderline
        Machine Head @ The Roundhouse
        Nine below Zero @ UTB
26th - Mike Peters & The Alarm @ O2 Forum
30th - Bryan Adams @ SSE Arena
31st - Bryan Adams @ The O2

June
5th - Shuggie Otis @ Under The Bridge
11th - Ryan McGarvey @ The Borderline
15/16 - Ed Sheeran @ Wembley Stadium
22/23 - Foo Fighters @ London Stadium (E20)

July
6th - Roger Waters @ Hyde Park
20th - The Blues Band @ UTB

August
10th - Iron Maiden @ The O2

September
14th - Garbage @ O2 Academy; Brixton
17th - Camel @ RAH
23rd - Europe + King King @ RAH

October
17th - Jeff Lynne’s E.L.O. @ The O2

November
4th - Hawkwind @ The Palladium
10th - Focus @ 100 Club

     

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Man, you guys are so lucky!!  I was tooling around earlier today on this sight and I started looking at the upcoming listed shows.  I clicked on the London show for 4/30/13 and clicked on the “get tickets” button…  I about fell out of my chair when the ticket site appeared.  A ticket cost 11 pounds!!!!! (10 pounds really plus 1 pound service fee).  This is about $16.00 US.  I can’t imagine having the chance to see Mr. Lister put on a complete show for this ticket fee.  In any event, I just think it is fantastic that you all can see such a talented artist in what I would consider a very affordable way.  I can barely go to see a Movie for this much.  I guess I better shut up and go away, before someone gets the idea to raise ticket prices…  please enjoy the show and continue to support Mr. Lister as best you can; I want to see his music continue for a long, long time…

     
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The sort of ticket price for the circuit Aynsley does runs between £10 and £15, depending on the venue, it’s size and often location, London ticket prices look good, but by the time you add in “extras” like parking and a drink, it can run a costly night - but these guys we talk about on here are great value.

Often, we get a great deal when there is a support or opening band; there are some very, very good young bands coming through and guys like Aynsley are very supportive in giving them a break.

     

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Don’t get me wrong, we can see some very talented groups for not alot of money.  I saw the Quaker City Night Hawks (an excellent Ft Worth TX band; Texas/Southern Rock genre) for $8.00 and Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown for $12.  But when you get to Aynsley’s level of talent (at least in my opinion), I would have expected the ticket prices to be a bit higher.  In my mind, Aynsley is more in the league of Joe Bonamassa.  Admittedly, Aynsley may not be as well known as Joe Bonamassa (at least in the US), but Aynsley is as talented (if not more so) as Joe is.  I saw Joe here about 6 months back and the tickets were in to $60-70 range.  So maybe I should plan an extended visit to Europe after all… to see some great shows…  And as you know, talented guys like Ryan McGarvey and Eric Steckel spend more time touring Europe than they do the US….

     
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You’re right jdog, £10 (or £11) is cheap for London, especially as there are 2 other acts on the bill (Bex Marshall & Albany Down). These once-a-month gigs are being promoted by a new organisation (person?), independent from the venue, so perhaps the price is being kept low to encourage interest.

Joe Bonamassa ticket prices in Europe would be similar or above your US figure, probably in a much bigger venue. I know where I would rather be and it’s not because of the money!

     
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Yeah - Joe’s worked his way up to the 5000+ seater arenas over here, so ticket prices run £ for $ here. Don’t begrudge Joe this, he’s put in blood, sweat and tears in over the years to get this far. Recently, he did a short series of gigs in London charting how he’s worked his way up.

You’ll get no argument here about Aynsley’s level of playing.

     

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Please don’t get me wrong… I think all these guys work hard and they have a tough road to make it big.  Joe Bonamassa is clearly an example of hard work, determination and fantastic talent.  He remains one of my favorite artists.  For me personally, I think he could have skipped the Black Country Communion stint, but I know alot of people really enjoyed this work.  I much prefer his blues rock side.  My comment about Joe B. was really meant to be more of a compliment to Aynsley Lister.  I am just so impressed with Mr. Lister’s music and talent; and he is still (from what I can tell) quite accessible to his fans.  To be able to see him in a club in Europe (in what I can only imagine is a somewhat intimate and informal/friendly setting) has got to be an unforgettable experience.  I’m still hoping he’ll eventually make it to the US or maybe I’ll eventually make it to Europe…:-)

     
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jdog5407 - 16 April 2013 03:48 AM

Please don’t get me wrong… I think all these guys work hard and they have a tough road to make it big.  Joe Bonamassa is clearly an example of hard work, determination and fantastic talent.  He remains one of my favorite artists.  For me personally, I think he could have skipped the Black Country Communion stint, but I know alot of people really enjoyed this work.  I much prefer his blues rock side.  My comment about Joe B. was really meant to be more of a compliment to Aynsley Lister.  I am just so impressed with Mr. Lister’s music and talent; and he is still (from what I can tell) quite accessible to his fans.  To be able to see him in a club in Europe (in what I can only imagine is a somewhat intimate and informal/friendly setting) has got to be an unforgettable experience.  I’m still hoping he’ll eventually make it to the US or maybe I’ll eventually make it to Europe…:-)

Ligho & Bibi are our regulars from Germany & Holland respectively and can’t forget Jimmyo in Luxemburg, so they’d be the ones to advise you on best European venues; at the moment they’re following Ryan McGarvey around. From what I’ve heard, THE place to go is Blues Garage in Hannover. (Unless anyone knows different….......)

     

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mcraggs27 - 16 April 2013 07:15 AM

Ligho & Bibi are our regulars from Germany & Holland respectively and can’t forget Jimmyo in Luxemburg, so they’d be the ones to advise you on best European venues

I’m sure we could, but I think that, like me, jdog is counting the UK as part of Europe!

Unfortunately, I don’t have it to hand, but there’s another London date in August for our man.

     
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Come on, guys.  To this simple-minded American, “We’re all Europeans now!”

     
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Blahdy ‘ell, excuse my cockeney….London’s already shouting one for 2015!!!!

     

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A Blues-rock Benefit for Walter Trout at Shepherds Bush Empire

The international Rock blues community comes together on Sunday the 4th of May to present a special benefit show in London for the blues-rock legend Walter Trout who is awaiting a liver transplant.


This special show features Roger Chapman, Otis Grand, Bernie Marsden, Ian Parker, Kim Simmons, Danny Bryant, Stevie Smith, Marcus Malone, Mitch Laddie, Lawrence Jones, and others to be announced along with The Flamingo Club All Stars House band featuring John O’Leary and Alan Glenn. Proceeds will go to towards the ailing icon’s emergency liver transplant fund and his subsequent recuperation.

The goal of the evening is to pull together some great blues-rock musicians to help raise money and awareness of Walter Trout’s current predicament. This year marked the 25th anniversary of his solo career, but he is currently fighting for his life. It is hoped that the event at Shepherds Bush will be well supported by musicians and fans alike as everyone in the music community come together to show their love for Walter and to help raise monies for himself and his Family.

Walter Trout recently confirmed the release of his new CD entitled “The Blues Came Callin’” which will be launched as planned on June 2 despite his continuing health issues.

AN EVENING FOR WALTER TROUT – takes place on SUNDAY 4th MAY at the 02 SHEPHERDS BUSH EMPIRE, Shepherds Bush Green, London W12 8TT
Doors 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start. Tickets £17.50 advance £20.00 on the door

     

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The Jazz Café has closed for refurbishment so all gigs between now and May(I think) are cancelled and are being re-scheduled, locally where possible. Those with relevance to us, I’ve listed updates below and I’ll amend the top post accordingly.

This sounds outrageous to close it without notice but it appears that the Jazz Café is under new ownership.


According to Ents 24,
Jo Harman - moved to Nells Jazz & Blues; new date - 12th March
Matt Woosey (2nd March) moved to 229 The Venue (5 Parkway; NW1 7PG)
Chantel McGregor (16th March) moved to Nell’s Jazz & Blues
Focus (21st March) - The Underworld
Laurence Jones (3rd April) - moved to Camden Underworld (almost just across the road)
Bernie Marsden (15th April) - Nells Jazz & Blues on April 16th.
Colin Blunstone (24th April) - moved to The Borderline
Dan Patlanski (9th June) - NO changes listed as yet.

So far as I can tell, no changes or cancellations seem to be listed after end of May. Hope this helps.

     

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mcraggs27 - 12 February 2016 09:17 AM

The Jazz Café has closed for refurbishment so all gigs between now and May(I think) are cancelled and are being re-scheduled, locally where possible. Those with relevance to us should click here for virility ex as I’ve listed updates below and I’ll amend the top post accordingly.

This sounds outrageous to close it without notice but it appears that the Jazz Café is under new ownership.

Hi, are all the 2017 gigs still on?

     
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Tenny - 26 November 2016 08:05 AM

Hi, are all the 2017 gigs still on?

Hi Tenny, and welcome aboard the forum. So far as I’m aware, the list at the head of this thread is current; unless anyone posts updated info that I miss, that’s the state of gigs that may be of interest to folk who look in on the forum, though I’ll stress, it’s not definitive as I’m not from “the smoke” so there’s probably many missed.

I’m not sure though whether you mean the whole thread or just referring to gigs at Jazz Café; as in the post immediately before yours, it was referring to it being closed for refurbishment. That has long since been completed and their roster from 1st December onwards is (at time of posting0:-

December 2016
Dec 01 Thu Andrew Roachford
Dec 02 Fri A-F-R-O
Dec 03 Sat Adrian Sherwood, Coldcut, Dennis Bovell
Dec 04 Sun Help Refugees: Jamie Cullum
Dec 05 Mon Roy Ayers
Dec 06 Tue Roy Ayers
Dec 07 Wed Roy Ayers
Dec 08 Thu Amp Collected: CASisDEAD, Stefflon Don, Salen
Dec 09 Fri Denzel Curry
Dec 10 Sat Black Milk, Debruit
Dec 11 Sun Gospel House Choir
Dec 12 Mon Frank Sinatra Songbook - An Old Fashioned Christmas: Sam Jewison Orchestra
Dec 13 Tue PBUG
Dec 14 Wed Andy McKee
Dec 16 Fri Dean Blunt
Dec 17 Sat 22a Showcase: Ruby Rushton, Al Dobson Jr, Do£ Boy & Bassa
Dec 18 Sun Absolute Earth Wind & Fire: Serpentine Fire
Dec 19 Mon Ben Jones, Richard Spaven Trio, Blue Lab Beats
Dec 20 Tue James Taylor Quartet (JTQ), Nick Smart Horns, Yvonne Yanney Vocals
Dec 21 Wed James Taylor Quartet (JTQ), Nick Smart Horns, Yvonne Yanney Vocals
Dec 22 Thu James Taylor Quartet (JTQ), Nick Smart Horns, Yvonne Yanney Vocals
Dec 23 Fri Incognito
Dec 24 Sat Incognito
Dec 26 Mon Catch A Groove Meets Rampage Xmas Party
Dec 27 Tue An Evening In Cuba: Diáspora, Fiesta Latina
Dec 28 Wed Courtney Pine
Dec 29 Thu Courtney Pine
Dec 30 Fri A Celebration Of Fela Kuti: Bukky Leo
Dec 31 Sat New Years Eve At The Jazz Cafe
January 2017
Jan 01 2017 A Night Of Amy
Jan 02 2017 A Night Of Amy
Jan 03 2017 Jon B
Jan 04 2017 Jon B
Jan 05 2017 The Koop Oscar Orchestra
Jan 06 2017 16th Anniversary At Jazz Cafe: Pharoahe Monch
Jan 07 2017 The Living Proof Orchestra
Jan 07 2017 Celebrating Starman: The Jazz Cafe Orchestra
Jan 09 2017 A Live Rendition Of Ahmad Jamal’s The Awakening: Ashley Henry Trio
Jan 12 2017 Mama’s Gun
Jan 13 2017 Lewis Parker, Task Force
Jan 14 2017 The Roots: The Jazz Cafe Orchestra
Jan 15 2017 Bowie Tribute - Celebrating Starman
Jan 16 2017 A Live Rendition Of Charlie Parker’s Bird And Diz
Jan 18 2017 An Orchestral Performance Of The Roots
Jan 19 2017 Samaris
Jan 20 2017 Horse Meat Disco, Deep Throat Choir
Jan 21 2017 Horsemeat Disco Presents: The Deep Throat Choir, Horse Meat Disco
Jan 23 2017 A Live Rendition Of Sonny Rollings Unavailable
Jan 25 2017 Jah Wobble’s Invaders Of The Heart
Jan 27 2017 Black Motion
Jan 28 2017 Presenting Freddie Hubbard: Henry Wu
Jan 30 2017 A Live Rendition Of Thelonious Monk’s Brilliant Corners
Jan 31 2017 Album Launch Party: Pama International
February 2017
Feb 01 2017 Princess Nokia
Feb 02 2017 Beth Rowley
Feb 04 2017 D’angelo Reimagined: Thabo & The Real Deal
Feb 06 2017 A Live Rendition Of Ornette Coleman’s The Shape Of Jazz To Come
Feb 10 2017 Shackleton, Inga Copeland
Feb 11 2017 Abstract Orchestra Does Dilla: Abstract Orchestra
Feb 13 2017 A Live Rendition Of Madlib’s Shades Of Blue
Feb 14 2017 A Night Of Marvin Gaye - Valentines Special
Feb 17 2017 Hen Ogledd
Feb 19 2017 Jo Harman
Feb 20 2017 A Live Rendition Of Miles Davis’ Kind Of Blue
Feb 21 2017 Nick Waterhouse
Feb 24 2017 Soccer 96, Lunch Money, Peluché
Feb 27 2017 A Live Rendition Of Charles Mingus’ Mingus Ah Um
March 2017
Mar 01 2017 Graceland: London African Gospel Choir
Mar 04 2017 Graceland: London African Gospel Choir
Mar 06 2017 A Live Rendition Of John Coltrane’s Giant Steps
Mar 07 2017 Graceland: London African Gospel Choir
Mar 09 2017 The Suffers
Mar 11 2017 Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir Sings Nina Simone
Mar 13 2017 A Live Rendition Of Dave Brubeck’s Time Out
Mar 14 2017 Graceland: London African Gospel Choir
Mar 16 2017 Jonwayne
Mar 18 2017 Spiritual Jazz With: Ashley Henry Trio
Mar 20 2017 A Live Rendition Of Duke Ellington’s The Blanton-Webster Band
Mar 27 2017 A Live Rendition Of Mary Lou Williams’ The Zodiac Suite
Mar 31 2017 Shabaka And The Ancestors
April 2017
Apr 04 2017 Mulatu Astatke
Apr 09 2017 Nearly Dan
Apr 13 2017 Bitty McLean
Apr 18 2017 A Night Of Motown
Apr 19 2017 Ata Kak
Apr 26 2017 Asiq Nargile
Apr 27 2017 Hil St Soul
May 2017
May 04 2017 Odyssey
May 12 2017 Yolanda Brown
June 2017
Jun 13 2017 A Night Of Amy

     

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