Another Side of Paul Carrack (Dec 2018)

Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, Westminster, London
0207 369 1785

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16th December 2018
7.30 PM
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You might not recognise his name but you'll definitely remember some of the bands that he's fronted because Paul Carrack was the man behind Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics.

Now we're going to get to hear "Another Side" of him with strings and the SWR Big Band, when they re-work some of his classic tracks including How Long, Love Will Keep Us Alive and The Living Years. In previous shows they have also played tracks by Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole.


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