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Ramin Karimloo in concert Broadway to Bluegrass…ish

Broadway to Bluegrass...ishOn Sunday 25th November AND Monday 26th November 2012 Ramin Returns to Club 229 with his new show: Broadway to Bluegrass…ish

On MONDAY 26th November 2012 for a SECOND NIGHT

The show will be the discovery and development of his UK and US Tours “Road to Find out“.

After speaking to Ramin this week, he explained that he is beginning to understand where his music is actually taking him.

This is what he had to say: “The title Broadway to Bluegrass…ish actually tells the story of my music development to date. Since an early age, Folk/Bluegrass music has always been an influence on my musical life. When you include that I have also been incredibly blessed to having a fantastic time in musical theatre performing great roles and iconic songs, this show is really a celebration of my musical journey to date, from Jean Valjean to songs I have created and crafted myself.

It seems people always try to pigeon-hole artists into genres, but this show is not about genres, just great songs (as it says on the tin from Broadway to Bluegrass…ish), taking you through my favourite musicals with great songs from the album.

I have decided to keep the initial show intimate after great experiences in the US at such iconic venues as Birchmere in Washington and BB Kings in New York. So the total capacity for the evening will be a maximum of 175 on a first come first served basis.”

Thanks Ramin, well folks the clock begins to tick from today, get those tickets to be one of an exclusive group to witness Ramin’s world of musical discovery.

Some of the songs… Music of the Night, Make Them Hear You, Bring Him Home, See Her Smile, Coming Home, Constant Angel, When Does it Go Away, Losing, Driftwood and Somewhere.

229 The Venue at 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN

Sunday 25th and Monday 26th November 2012 Doors open at 7:00pm and the show starts at 8:00pm.
Due to it being a licensed establishment, 16 and 17 year olds will only be allowed in if accompanied by an adult aged 18 or above.
No under 16s.

Tickets cost £25.00 + booking fee – The show should last about 1 ¾ to 2hrs.

You can follow Ramin Karimloo on Twitter at @raminkarimloo

Wednesday 3rd October 2012


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