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Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival news : “Two things remain consistent in all her shows: her throaty, but cushiony voice,…

“Two things remain consistent in all her shows: her throaty, but cushiony voice,...

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“Two things remain consistent in all her shows: her throaty, but cushiony voice, which has a sort of hard-mattress comfort to it that’s part Bonnie Raitt, part Etta James and a little Amy Winehouse; and her band’s rollicking New Orleans flavor, driven home by dueling horn players and a bayouthick standup bass.,” raved The Star Tribune.
Davina and The Vagabonds are back at #EJBF19 from 12-18 July!!!
Don't miss them – www.ejbf.uk



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