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    Swinging night at The Fiddlers Elbow

    29/01/2013
    50s style Rockabilly, a ‘swinging style of rhythm and blues’, is the theme for a live music event in Camden put on by six students from Middlesex University’s music courses.

    50s style Rockabilly, a ‘swinging style of rhythm and blues’, is the theme for a live music event in Camden put on by six students from Middlesex University’s music courses.

    'Flip Ya Lid' will hear the unique rockabilly sounds of The Caezars, whose previous gigs include Glastonbury and The Isle of Wight Festival, playing in the The Fiddlers Elbow, Camden on Wednesday 30 January 2013 from 7.30pm.

    Organiser and final year Music & Arts Management student Tom Wilkinson said: “It’s been a great experience getting real events management experience in putting this gig on. The Caezers are a fantastic band, so to have secured them is a coup for us. It will be a fun evening.

    “Rockabilly is one of the earlier styles of rock and roll music. It fuses traditional rock 'n' roll with a more swinging style of rhythm and blues. Elvis Presley's Hound Dog is a great example of the genre.”

    The event has been organised by six Middlesex students studying music, Tom Wilkinson, Josh Locke, Dan Turner, Chris Coleshaw, Lisa Mari and Paul Mooney.

    Tickets are available on the door for £5, or £4 in advance. The Fiddlers Elbow, Camden, NW5 3HS. Doors 7.30pm.

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