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Tuesday 12th April 2011 6pm - 7pm 107 Charing Cross Road Ray's Jazz Event

Tallulah Rendall has been described as a 'ferociously talented singer songwriter' (thelondonword) and her latest album has been described by iD magazine as 'impressive'. The music is ethereal yet powerful, delicate and yet vociferous in its
insistent, intricate and beautifully orchestrated sound. She cites singers like Patti Smith, Jeff Buckley and Martha Wainwright as influences. Tallulah will be performing tracks from her second album, Alive, accompanied by Jo Quail (cello). She'll also be signing copies of her book of the same name, which will be available exclusively from Foyles during April.

Venue: The Café
Tickets: Free



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