Nick Drake event to be staged in London

Nick Drake’s producer Joe Boyd is hosting a special event in London to celebrate the late singer-songwriter’s life and work. Joe Boyd presents Way To Blue - The Legacy Of Nick Drake will take place at Wilton’s Music Hall on April 2 and 8pm. Boyd will talk about his relationship with Drake and also his work on Way To Blue, an album of Nick Drake covers recorded in London and Melbourne, Australia and featuring Vashti Bunyan, Green Gartside, Robyn Hitchcock and others.

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Nick Drake’s producer Joe Boyd is hosting a special event in London to celebrate the late singer-songwriter’s life and work.

Joe Boyd presents Way To Blue – The Legacy Of Nick Drake will take place at Wilton’s Music Hall on April 2 and 8pm. Boyd will talk about his relationship with Drake and also his work on Way To Blue, an album of Nick Drake covers recorded in London and Melbourne, Australia and featuring Vashti Bunyan, Green Gartside, Robyn Hitchcock and others.

Hitchock and Gartside will be among a number of performers playing songs from the album on the night.

Way To Blue is released on Navigator Records on April 15.

More information about tickets for Joe Boyd presents Way To Blue – The Legacy of Nick Drake can be found here.

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