Iain Ballamy Interview / Kings Place Festival 2013 Preview




This year's sixth, 104-concerts-in-three-days Kings Place Festival is on the horizon once more, running from the 13-15th September. All tickets are just £4.50.

One gig for the diary will be Iain Ballamy and Thomas Strønen's Food, who will be at the festival on the 14th September in Hall 2 at 9:45pm.

INTERVIEW: We spoke to Iain Ballamy about Food, how it was formed, the secret to a lengthy collaboration, their practice of recording each gig (forming albums from the good moments), and more. We also play Magnetosphere from the album Mercurial Balm. There's much more, a host of other events and gigs (jazz-related shows listed below) including Martin Speake Trio, Jason Rebello Acoustic Trio (in the acoustic marvel of Hall One), Dave Stapleton with Cellophony and Man Overboard.

Edition Records showcases a new venture from Dave Stapleton, Slowly Rolling Camera (Facebook link), and the Finnish band which has inspired them, Oddarang.

Full Jazz Gig Listings Below:

Vive - 13th September (6:15pm), Level -2
Oddarrang - 13th September (6:15pm) Hall 2
Slowly Rolling Camera - 13th September (8:00pm), Hall 1
Jo Harman & Company - 13th September (8:30pm), St Pancras Room
Rose, Holborn and Harris - 13th September (9:15pm), Box Office Stage
Amanda Wilkin - 13th September (11:15pm), Box Office Stage

Maciek Pysz Trio - 14th September (12:45pm), Box Office Stage
Man Overboard (Feat. Thomas Gould) - 14th September (3:45pm), Hall 2
Martin Speake Trio - 14th September (6:00pm), St Pancras Room
Aimua Eghobamien: Indigo Sessions - 14th September (6:45pm), Box Office Stage
Maurizio Minardi Trio - 14th September (7:45pm), Level -2
The D&O Duo - 14th September (8:45pm), Box Office Stage
Iain Ballamy & Thomas Strønen's Food - 14th September (9:45pm), Hall 2
Southbound - 14th September (9:45pm), Level -2

Jason Rebello Acoustic Trio - 15th September (1:30pm), Hall 1
Dave Stapleton with Cellophony - 15th September (3:45pm), Hall 2

More information and TICKETS HERE

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