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Julianna Raye live in London

Julianna Raye at Real World Studios

LA singer-songwriter, and sometime Rufus Wainwright band member, Julianna has announced three one-off dates in London in February to promote her Ethan Johns produced album ‘Dominoes’.

Both The Bedford and The Regal Room dates are free. The Cobden Club date is £5 and guests need to click on www.4stickslive.com, click on the guestlist/mailing list fill in the details then put ‘Julianna Raye’ in the ‘message to 4sticks live’ box.
Though please check with the individual venues for details.

If you missed out on her wonderful bossa-nova inspired album, Julianna will have newly pressed copies of ‘Dominoes’ available for sale at the gigs.

If you do go, please come back here and let us know what you thought.

1 Comment

  • Klaas says:

    Dominoes. What a wonderful album! I dream away with it for hours and hours.
    I recommend it to everyone in my Ping-network and to you who reads this. Jazz and bossa nova lover? Buy this album!
    Thanks Julianna for making this great music and B&W for making it available in the Society of Sound.

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