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Robin Nolan - Featuring Chris Quinn and Tom Moore

FRIDAY 29th NOVEMBER 2024 8:00 pm

Robin Nolan - For The Love Of George Harrison

Featuring Chris Quinn & Tom Moore

When one of the world's most celebrated gypsy jazz guitarists reworks the world's greatest bands music, magic can happen!

George Harrison was a fan and friend of Robin Nolan, one of the world’s leading authorities on Gypsy Jazz. Harrison even named him as one of his favourite guitarists!

Nolan has a new instrumental album out on Harrison’s ‘Dark Horse Records’ and was recorded using three of George’s famous Beatles guitars including the Gibson J160E which has the distinction of being the only guitar used on every Beatles album, the Spanish Ramirez as famously heard on 'And I Love Her' and the 12 String Rickenbacker 360/12 used by George on the bulk of the 'A Hard Day’s Night' album. 

This is the first time these guitars have been recorded since the 70's, an exciting prospect for all Beatles fans as well as lovers of the music of George Harrison and acoustic guitar.

Robin and the trio will be playing songs from the new record, some original compositions and of course some gypsy jazz classics!

The line up also features UK guitar virtuoso Chris Quinn often seen alongside gypsy jazz royalty Stochelo Rosenberg and Paulus Schäfer and Tom Moore on bass, well known as a regular member of the Remi Harris Trio. 
“In these days of ‘cacophony’ it’s great to hear some proper music” George Harrison 
“Robin Nolan is so amazingly good.” Bill Wyman 
“Robin plays a mighty fine guitar!” Willie Nelson




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