The London Festival of Cabaret – David Vaughan
DUE TO SUDDEN UNAVAILABILITY OF A KEY MUSICIAN THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Singer-Songwriter David Vaughan is back at The Pheasantry, King’s Road, Chelsea, London on Tuesday 3rd May 2016 at 8.30pm for The London Festival of Cabaret. Vaughan draws inspiration from the European chanson tradition and uses a unique blend of musical instruments to paint a wonderful palette of musical colours which underpin his original songs. Romano Viazzani on accordion, Daniel Broncano on clarinet and bass clarinet, Jason Reeve on drums, Tom Hewins on tuba and double bass and of course Vaughan himself on piano, guitar, trumpet and vocals. His music cannot easily be categorised and since there are very few if any record shops left, all of which compartmentalised music into narrow genres and therefore influenced the categories of music one used to listen to, it doesn’t matter a jot. Come along and be pleasantly surprised at many musical traditions guide Vaughan’s songs. All songs are masterfully and imaginatively arranged by Vaughan himself to bring out the best in his instruments and this is especially evident in his wonderful recent album We’re on a holiday.
Tickets are £15 and available at https://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/whats-on/david-vaughan