Abbamania

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Seating Balcony

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Ringside

Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra

Chas N Dave

Jimmy Carr: Funny Business - Extra date

Dr Hook featuring Ray Sawyer & Support

Psychic Sally: On The Road 2015

Saxon - Warriors of The Road World Tour - New Date

The Early November

Abbamania

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Seating Balcony

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Ringside

Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra

Chas N Dave

Jimmy Carr: Funny Business - Extra date

Dr Hook featuring Ray Sawyer & Support

Psychic Sally: On The Road 2015

Saxon - Warriors of The Road World Tour - New Date

The Early November

Abbamania

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Seating Balcony

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Ringside

Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra

Chas N Dave

Jimmy Carr: Funny Business - Extra date

Dr Hook featuring Ray Sawyer & Support

Psychic Sally: On The Road 2015

Saxon - Warriors of The Road World Tour - New Date

The Early November

Abbamania

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Seating Balcony

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Ringside

Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra

Chas N Dave

Jimmy Carr: Funny Business - Extra date

Dr Hook featuring Ray Sawyer & Support

Psychic Sally: On The Road 2015

Saxon - Warriors of The Road World Tour - New Date

The Early November

Abbamania

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Seating Balcony

Championship Boxing - Unreserved Ringside

Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra

Chas N Dave

Jimmy Carr: Funny Business - Extra date

Dr Hook featuring Ray Sawyer & Support

Psychic Sally: On The Road 2015

Saxon - Warriors of The Road World Tour - New Date

The Early November

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    Gurdas Maan

    04/04/2009 | Civic Hall

    www.gurdasmaan.com

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    Gurdas Maan embodied the quintessential traits of the Punjabi folk genre: simply attired, with very basic musical accompaniment but principally reliant on power of voice and lyric.


    Ask any British Indian whether they have heard of Gurdas Maan and they will tell you about the first live Gurdas Maan gig they attended in some remote Northern town ('yeah, he wasn't a big star way back then'). Then they will inevitably launch into an informed monologue on the relative merits of their favourite Maan track as compared to those that achieved greater commercial success. To those with Punjabi roots he is a brand, a phenomenon that has shaped their cultural identity in as fundamental a way as the Bollywood film.

    Gurdas Maan embodied the quintessential traits of the Punjabi folk genre: simply attired, with very basic musical accompaniment but principally reliant on power of voice and lyric. Ask Gurdas Maan how he started out, he states: "I kept walking and the roads kept opening up" and so he continuesBiography

     

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