Laurence Juber - Music from the Anglo- American Songbook

Thursday October 12

Laurence Juber - Music from the Anglo- American Songbook

“One of the world's most remarkable acoustic guitarists.” - The South China Post

Flying in from the US especially for this two night residency, returning to Dean Street by popular request, following his two sell out 2016 shows, comes the sensational Grammy award winning  US based guitarist Laurence Juber.

Laurence Juber is a solo performer, recording artist, composer and arranger. His playing fuses folk, jazz, blues, pop and classical styles, creating a multi-faceted performance that belies the use of only one instrument. 

First internationally recognized as lead guitarist in Paul McCartney's Wings, with whom he won a Grammy, Juber has since established himself as world-renowned guitar virtuoso and entertainer.

LJ has recorded more than two dozen albums which spotlight his unique touch and tone on acoustic guitar. His latest release, LJ Can’t Stop Playing The Beatlesis his third album of solo guitar arrangements of iconic songs by the Fab Four.

 

The Wednesday October 11th concert will feature an evening of music by the Beatles plus other favourites .

The Thursday October 12th concert features tunes from the great Anglo-American songbook plus originals for solo guitar.

 

LJ Plays The Beatles was voted one of Acoustic Guitar Magazine's all-time Top Ten albums. His solo arrangement  and performance of The Pink Panther Theme earned him a second Grammy, while his arrangement of Stand By Me was heard nationally in a Diamonds Are Forever commercial.

"Uniformly exquisite and dazzingly executed” - Randy Lewis L.A.Times

“A Master!“-  Pete Townshend,The Who

“The melodies, textures and harmonies he coaxes out of an acoustic guitar are absolutely spellbinding." - Guitar Player Magazine

 "....the notes spin out of the songs with such finesse and musical agility, it's hard to believe he has only 10 fingers and six strings."- San Francisco Chronicle

Doors open: 7pm Music starts 8.30pm

Tickets: £25