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  1. Live performance Sat 21 Jul 2018 (London)

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    SuperCool-Guy and Fay Cannings are unveiling their new track “Inside Out” with a live performance on Saturday 21 July 2018 at 8PM, and a repeat at 9:30PM.

    The event will take place at the entrance of Principal Place, 111-113 Worship Street, London EC2A 2BA.

    Each set will run for approx. 20mn – so be there on time! – and will include a live-to-track performance of “Inside Out” and other songs.

    The event is free but space is limited so booking is recommended. You can book here:


    The event is part of “Musicity x Sculpture in the City Live”, which will include performances by other artists at nearby locations, and the “Nocturnal Creatures” arts festival which will run from 6-11PM – full details here:

    The song “Inside Out” was commissioned by “Musicity x Sculpture in the City” and inspired by the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers and nicknamed the “inside out building” for the structural elements that make up its striking and distinctive exterior. More on this in a later post...

    So if you are in London on Saturday 21 July, come down and meet us at Principal Place at 8PM or 9:30PM, and make an evening out of it with “Musicity x Sculpture in the City Live” and the “Nocturnal Creatures” festival!

  2. QUEEN + Adam Lambert: The Queen has found her King

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    QUEEN + Adam Lambert is a triumph and a match made in heaven. In this blog entry, I look back at the four shows I had the joy to experience, some of the shows’ highlights (attention: spoilers), and I give a bit of context on this fan’s very personal experience of QUEEN + Adam Lambert. I also make a few wishes re: possible continuation of this magical collaboration…


  3. My first concert

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    Before moving on to current days, I’m going to stick a little bit with early influences and another Queen memory: my first-ever rock concert!

    19 April 1982: Queen live in Paris, Palais des Sports (“Hot Space Tour”)

    At that time, Queen had just released their first “Greatest Hits” album 6 month earlier, “Under Pressure” had been released as a single, but the “Hot Space” album wasn’t due until a couple of weeks later.

    By 1982, I was a teenager and seriously into music.  But growing up in the French countryside, there weren’t many rock concerts – for that you had to make the trip to the capital: Paris…

    My dad took me to my first concert – and several after that – not cool, I know, but Paris was very foreign and overwhelming to me at the time, and that was the only way I would be able to go.  To be honest, I didn’t mind at all and I think my dad enjoyed the show almost as much as I did.  In fact, I had already started turning on the entire family to Queen, by taking charge of the entertainment during family car trips and forcing them into submission with mixtape after mixtape…

    I had been looking forward to this day for a long time.  The thought of being in the same building as my idols was blowing my mind.