It’s showtime! The Ahmet Erteun Tribute Concert is go!

After months of eager anticipation - we're finally here and the show has begun! The next few hours are going to be full of musical surprises from the great and the good, we don't have a running order, so bear with as we find out together as the night goes on...

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After months of eager anticipation – we’re finally here and the show has begun!

The next few hours are going to be full of musical surprises from the great and the good, we don’t have a running order, so bear with as we find out together as the night goes on…



Paolo Nutini has opened the tribute show, looking nervous but overyjoyed, dressed in a ruffled shirt and suit jacket.

Possibly the youngest performer on the bill tonight, the singer was backed by Bill Wyman’s Rythym Kings.Due to massive problems with sound, but disaster! us press people weren’t able to hear the live feed that we are being treated to backstage – so bear with me. Sound has now been resumed, so things tonight can only get better.

Singer Maggie Bell came on immediately afterwards, singing a rendition of the Flying Burrito Brothers’
‘Do Right Woman’, followed by Alvin Lee.

Back soon with more!


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