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    *** Robyn Hitchcock... elder statesman of English eccentricty The Killer Bs... out-there nu- blues act Philip Howard... award winning young classical pianist
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      ***
      Robyn Hitchcock... elder statesman of English eccentricty
      The Killer Bs... out-there nu- blues act
      Philip Howard... award winning young classical pianist
      Nathaniel Catchpole, Jamie Coleman & Eddie Prevost... grade-A free-jazz trio
      Tara Jaff... exquisite Kurdish harpist
      Mark Browning (Ox)... brilliant up & coming Canadian singer-songwriter
      DJ Wrongspeed... the underground DJ's underground DJ

      are just a few of the performers in this special festival
      ***

      Second Sight
      a celebration of the 2nd anniversary of Resonance104.4fm
      (the best radio station in the world)

      Saturday 15 May at 7pm
      Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Holborn, London WC1
      FREE!

      LIVE MUSIC BY: Avant Gardeners + Steve Beresford, Andy Keep & Paul May +
      Mark Browning (Ox) + Nathaniel Catchpole, Jamie Coleman & Eddie Prevost +
      Viv Corringham & Marj McDaid + Angharad Davies & Ben Drew + Iris Garrelfs +
      Luke Garwood + Robyn Hitchcock + Paul Hood & Michael Rodgers + Philip
      Howard + Tara Jaff + I am a Kamura + key + The Killer Bs + Dimitri Pieri &
      Chris Weaver + Salt + Son of Dave + Veryan Weston

      DJs: Jim Backhouse, Paul B Davies, Magz Hall, DJ Wrongspeed

      SPOKEN WORD WITH: Jonny Brown, Tam Dean Burn, Carla Gregory, Harry Haward,
      Rob Holloway, Catherine Hoffman, Frank Key

      PLUS: Real ale bar, Resonance104.4fm product stall (new t-shirts, CDs, slip
      mats and more).
      FREE: donations very welcome, large and small.

      'The best radio station in London.' The Guardian
      'Lock the dial on 104.4 FM and leave it there.' The Evening Standard
      'An ad-free oasis of sonic experimentation and audio art.' Dazed and Confused
      'A loosely structured laboratory for artists of all kinds to reimagine what
      radio can be.' Artforum
      'A glorious experiment that everyone in the country deserves the chance to
      hear.' The Independent
      'A London radio station currently rewriting the rules of mainstream
      broadcasting.' Metro
      'Less talking about the arts, and more of the art itself.' The Daily Telegraph
      'Less a radio station than a living art installation.' Harpers & Queen

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      PRESS ENQUIRIES: Ed on 020 7403 1922 or Knut on 020 7836 3664
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