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  • Joan Armatrading QR Reader
    Press Enquiries Newsletter Latest Update Concert Reviews Timeline Register Timeline Login Logout Joan Armatrading QR Reader This is called a QR code and you need a QR reader to see what it does How do I get a QR Reader Go to iTune Apps to download a free QR reader for your iPhone Or use your Andriod or Blackberry Apps to download the reader for your mobile Once you have

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  • Joan Phone App
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  • Bristol Colston Hall Review
    a joke with Nelson Mandela as well as her delighted smile at accepting her MBE her picture in the National Portrait Gallery and an iconic African inspired snap taken by none other than Lord Snowdon were just some of the gems This is a woman whose extraordinary talent has taken her to some high up places and who shows no sign of slowing down She s adored by her fans who cheered her on stage clapped loudly as she introduced songs before even singing a note and who gave her a standing ovation to leave the stage The warmth of the crowd is mirrored by her own good natured lively dry humour Throwing jokes into the mix between songs she seemed almost ageless as she grabbed her guitars for frenzied riffs followed by laments on her keyboard wandering around the stage as easily as if it were her own living room she was completely at ease She s recently been ill and had to reschedule some shows her Bristol performance was her third gig back after recovering but other than a perhaps more throaty voice than usual she seemed totally in her stride A varied set list mixed up some of her earlier pieces from back in 1972 kicking off with City Girl for a relaxed comfortable beginning showing off her unique strong voice rich in experience with a hint of gravel and at times with almost a gospel feel to it She got toes tapping to All The Way From America and pulled at the heartstrings with a deeply powerful song in In These Times Mamma Mercy offered an uptempo piece performed with attack and peppered with higher pitch offerings of just what her varied vocal can do There was a hint of rock to My Baby s Gone

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  • Cardiff St David's Hall Review
    that she delivered a number from 1972 City Girl with a video backdrop of city lights this was going to be an evening of pure unadulterated joyous entertainment The repartee between her and the audience continued as before the third song and she sat behind her piano said you have been the best audience I am feeling tired so More Than One Kind Of Love will be my final number the confidence to play with the audience was as harmonious as the music being played She used her voice as another instrument in perfect synchronization with the piano keys and then she soared above the piano notes like the pipes of an organ being opened up The next track we heard the melodious 12 string guitar that was full of glorious chords and augmented her contralto voice on All The Way From America the audience were happy it felt as if an old friend had popped round for a chat and played some of your favourite tunes to you Every track she played worked in the solo format and the added backing really gave the performance texture but the reality was all that really was required was Joan s bubbly personality perfect stage craft combined with strong vocals and her ever underrated guitar playing that mixes rock blues and jazz using the tempo that suits the track being played In the solo format these skills shine and Joan met the challenge and more and the interlude of backing photo s as a scrap book from her life as she picked out highlights provided an insight into this talented and popular entertainer As we paused she picked up the guitar and delivered an array of hits from 1972 to the present day with many albums being showcased as her dexterous fingers

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  • Manchester Concert Review 2015
    told me that s what old people do It s the first of many jokes from a performer who at 64 and with nothing left to prove can enjoy a chuckle at her own expense The Caribbean born Birmingham raised singer songwriter is on the 106th show of her final major world tour and after three numbers claims that she is already so tired that this is the last song The audience roars because when she sings her voice is ageless she can still reach the high notes of her youth and is clearly bowing out of intensive touring with her famous powers undiminished Alone with a guitar and keyboard with occasional pre recorded enhancements the well chosen set list reflects a remarkable career She flits from folk to rock to raw blues to even quasi heavy metal proud songs with themes of dignity empathy and a sense of self The protest song In These Times accompanied by images of the Ku Klux Klan is a particularly powerful moment The banter returns as she introduces old photographs of herself getting her MBE meeting Mandela and not least being immortalised in the Beano Love and Affection receives a standing ovation 1983

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