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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.

Wings of Waste

 
Plastic bags in the ocean are decimating marine life.
Wings of Waste
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)

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Julie singing “Hallelujah”

Julie singing "Hallelujah" at the Tribute to Leonard Cohen

Julie singing “Hallelujah” at the Tribute
to Leonard Cohen
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The entire audience sang beautifully as they joined Julie singing “Hallelujah” at the Tribute to Leonard Cohen at St James’ Picadilly. (Feb. 6th 2017).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the Leonard Cohen Tribute Concert

Julie with the Webb Sisters

 

Last night at St. James’s, Picadilly. A tribute to Leonard Cohen. I sang some Leonard songs and spoke of our friendship. The audience was wonderful and I was honoured by the attendance of the Webb Sisters.

 

Thanks to Malcom Stern, Clare Beloved, and to everyone who made it a very special evening.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dusty Day 2017

Dusty Day 2017Dusty 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

 

You can read more about this event here and here.