Dexys’ Kevin Rowland to DJ at London indie pop club

The singer returns to HDIF next month

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Kevin Rowland is to return to DJ for a second time at indie pop club, How Does It Feel To Be Loved, on November 6.

The Dexys Midnight Runners‘ singer’s song list, last time, included Roxy Music, Bowie and The Four Tops, with Rowland even singing over some of his selections.

See Rowland’s 2007 set list here

HDIF takes place at the Brixton Canterbury Arms on Friday November 6.

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