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This is Julie’s first live album since her QEH birthday concert fifteen years ago. With a high percentage of the songs written by Julie herself and with the enchantment, the magic and the atmosphere of an energetic live performance, this CD is a must for the collection.
You can see a list of the tracks here.
Special “LIVE” price – only £10.00 plus postage. Click on the album cover to be transported to Julie’s shop right away.
Julie’s beautiful song On Wings of Waste relates to the story of Australian Jeremy Rowsell who has found a way to recycle these destructive plastic bags, transforming them into aviation fuel that will be used to power a specially designed Cessna aeroplane that will then fly from Sydney to London hopefully in 2016.
Read more about the project on Facebook.
Listen to Julie sing Wings of Waste (3.7MB)
Cordelia and Beatrice were part of the lovely audience that came to my gigs in Groombridge last weekend.
15th March at the Red Lion in Birmingham. Thanks to Jo Watson for the photos.
Dusty Springfield was, arguably, Britain’s greatest ever pop singer. She excelled in any genre: Soul, Latin, Folk, Jazz; it seems there was nothing she couldn’t sing. Although Dusty died on March 2, 1999, her musical influence lives on, and each year her fans meet to celebrate her life and her music.
Dusty Day 2017 will take place on Sunday April 23rd from 13:00-19:00, at West 5, Pope’s Lane, Ealing, London W5 4NB
Last Sunday I saw the beautiful Hockney exhibition at the Tate Gallery. I used a Hockney image on my Lightning album back in the 70s.
Having just got of the plane from California I played to a full house at the lovely Spring Theatre in Havant. It was a wonderful evening, enhanced by a superb audience. Many thanks to all concerned.
Some live photographs from the evening and an after the show picture with young fan Megan.
An Evening with Julie Felix at Hazelwood House
6th June 2015
Julie has been performing at Hazelwood House for over 20 years. After so many wonderful experiences with her it is hard to find new adjectives of praise – her performance deepens, expands and becomes ever more moving and delightful.
On this last evening I witnessed the audience move from tears to laughter from deep listening to joyful singing.
Julie has such a great talent to engage everyone in the room regardless of age or musical preferences it is a joy to behold and even more of a joy to take part. It makes no difference if Julie is singing to 50 or 5,000 her connection with each person is remarkable – you feel as if she is singing just for you. Continue reading