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JOHN PAUL JONES PERFORMING WITH DAVE RAWLINGS MACHINE ON THEIR UK TOUR

10 September 2010 4,396 views 6 Comments

John Paul Jones will be appearing with Dave Rawlings Machine on their UK tour this month. He will be playing mandolin as their special guest on the following dates:
Sunday September 12th ABC,Glasgow

Monday September 13th The Sage, Gateshead

Tuesday September 14th Leeds Irish Centre, Leeds

Friday September 17th Troxy,London

For ticket details visit Dave Rawlings Machine web site

http://www.daverawlingsmachine.com

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  • Iain said:

    Great show in Glasgow last night. Jonesy played mandolin, but played fiddle on one track. All in all, great fun and not really what I had expected.

    I’m not familiar with Dave Rawlings, but it was a fun show for sure.

    Highlights for me were Dylans Queen Jane Approximately and a medley of Method Acting -> Cortez The Killer.

    But on top of it all was seeing Jonesy dancing with the guys from Old Crow Medicine Show, acting out the words to the chorus of ‘Sweet Tooth’

    Fun show (and a bit quieter than the Vultures!!)

  • andreas said:

    thanks for the news. just booked my tickets…now i just need to find out a bit more about Dave Rawlings Machine

  • russell ritchin said:

    very intresting news would love to go to london show but not certain
    i can but thanks as allways to you guys for providing the information
    it is only thru your updates that the majority of us get to find out
    about these events.

  • Dave Lewis (author) said:

    Mark Always a pleasure to hear from you and thanks for the nice comments – though I would have to single out praise too for the esteemed Gary Foy who is the driving force on getting the news on the site.
    Look forward to see you on Sept 25th

  • Mark Harrison said:

    This is great news. Although I doubt I will be able to go. Jonesey just gets on with things and plays his music. Keeping out of the limelight and not making a fuss.All he seems to worry about is the music and getting on with it. Good luck to him I say. Someone to be admired definitely. I had the privilege of meeting him once in 1981 just outside his home. All too brief and just the once unfortunately for me.
    Thanks Dave for the great job you do in keeping all of us informed on these things!
    Mark

  • Michael Brazee said:

    So cool. Enjoy!

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