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Approx. duration: 90 min.
Woody Allen & The Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band have announced a number of summer concerts in Europe. Amongst other cities earmarked for this tour, the band will also play in Bilbao at Palacio Euskalduna on June 16.
The band will travel to other emblematic cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Munich or Milan and, as on previous occasions, they will offer a non-scripted and improvised performance to play tunes from the early 20th century, hymns, blues and rag inspired by a large variety of legendary musicians such as Sidney Bechet, George Lewis, Johnny Dodds, Jimmie Noone and Louis Armstrong.
It was thirty-six years ago when Woody Allen and the Jazz Band of New Orleans conducted by musical director Eddy Davis first hit the road to delight audiences with a unique blend of music inspired by the New Orleans style and 26 since their first European tour began in 1996 with 19 concerts in 21 days depicted in the highly acclaimed documentary “Wild Man Sings he Blues” directed by Oscar-winning director Katherine Bigelow who accompanied Woody and his band throughout the entire duration.
Woody and his band also feature in regular performances at the Carlyle Cafe in New York, a venue famous for its musical heritage.
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The promoters of the different performances and shows will be exclusively responsible for all the aspects related to lighting and sound of the shows/productions.
Euskalduna Conference Centre will send the show/production promoter entities all the complaints received due to these reasons.