ticket info... https://www.electricpalacecinema.com/whats-on
Dr King was an integral part at the beginning of London’s famous 12 Bar Club, and has worked over the years with three of the true giants of British acoustic guitar: Bert Jansch, John Renbourne & Davy Graham. On Friday 21 September he’ll be accompanied by a few special guests, covering a full suite of raga crossovers with Arabic, Celtic and flamenco influences.
Alan King… I’m returning to Hastings Old Town on Friday 21st September 2018- for a gig at the Electric Palace, High Street, Hastings Old Town TN34 – Tickets £10:00 – 8:00 p.m. It will be my last ever gig.
‘Absolutely brilliant music, a joy to watch’ – Green Man Festival
‘The best gig I’ve seen in Hastings for years’ – Forum post
‘The best gig I’ve seen anywhere for years- – Forum post
‘One of the most remarkable and memorable gigs I’ve ever seen’ – Forum post
‘Exceptional musicianship’, ‘Genius guitar picking’, ‘Fantastic guitar’ – Forum post
‘King provided the platform for Bert Jansch to step out of the shadows and into the sun’ – Bert Jansch Biogrophy
‘King was most of the brains behind Vic Reeves’ Big Night Out’ – Malcolm Hardee
‘King could be as funny as Reeves but wasn’t ambitious’ – Bruce Dessau (Guardian, Time Out, Evening Standard)
‘Shit’ – some fat bloke who lives just off George St
”I’m calling the police and you’ll get nicked’ – some other fat bloke
‘But it’s not even music’ – some old woman with a 2nd hand shop
‘That bloke who plays the Pat Metheney shit’ – overheard in the Dragon Bar
Review from Neil Partrick… http://oldfolkrebels.blogspot.com