Series of unique, intimate performances by some of the greatest legends and contemporary stars around.
Bryan Ferry is in concert at LSO St Luke's in Shoreditch, performing classic Roxy Music tunes plus solo tracks from his back catalogue, including Let's Stick Together, Avalon and More Than This. He also debuts tracks from his album of Bob Dylan covers, Dylanesque, his interpretation of songs such as Simple Twist of Fate, Positively 4th Street and Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues.
The in-crowd All along the watchtower Slave to love
To make me feel my love Let´s stick together Just like Tom thumb´s blues Don´t stop the dance Gates of eden Smoke gets in your eyes I put spell on you A hard rain´s a gonna fall Jealous Guy
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