Deliaphonic // Thank you

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A huge thank you to all of the artists for an amazing show last night. The hundreds of fans who turned out on a Friday night were treated to great performances from Jerry, Jonny, Robin, Chris, Hannah, Peter and Pete.

Thanks also of course to our partners, The Tin Music and Arts, our hosts at the Cathedral, and to all of the sponsors of the event. And thanks to the many volunteers and contributors that make staging things like this possible.

We are also extremely grateful for the excellent turn out, that helped to make the evening so special. Happy birthday, Delia!

 

We will be posting photos from the show over the next few days. So stay tuned.

Photo above by Nicedaynav.

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Deliaphonic Artist Profile // Jerry Dammers (DJ set)

Jerry Dammers

Indian born Jerry Dammers is best known for being the founder member, primary songwriter and keyboard player with The Specials.

Educated in Coventry, he formed the 2 Tone Record label, which helped develop the SKA revival of the 1970s and 1980s. Jerry went on to became an anti-apartheid campaigner, famously writing the song Free Nelson Mandela.

In 2006 Jerry formed the music ensemble The Spatial AKA Orchestra, a project that encompasses many different influences, proving that he continues to challenge music conventions.

Jerry will be playing ambient and electronic “Library Music” including some by Delia Derbyshire.

Deliaphonic // 05 05 17

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Deliaphonic A celebration of the life and work of Delia Derbyshire on the 80th anniversary of her birth, in her home town of Coventry. An event at Coventry Cathedral with some incredibly special acts, supported by Coventry UK City of Culture bid 2021 as part of their Advanced Programme of events for 2017 and Heritage Lottery Fund. Performances by: •Pete Kember (Sonic Boom) •Dr Peter Zinovieff (EMS) •Hannah Peel •Jerry Dammers (DJ set – playing ambient and electronic “Library Music” including some by Delia Derbyshire.) •Howlround For more information & tickets:

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