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Jo Harman hopes to rock out with Richmond's mayor
The Mayor of Richmond will be among the crowd attending Jo Harman’s gig at the Crawdaddy Club next month, writes Amy Dyduch.
Harman hopes Councillor Meena Bond will be on her feet when she performs with her band, supported by Sunjay Brayne.
Harman says: “Me and the mayor will be best mates - I’ll make sure she is rocking out and dancing.
“We have a very dynamic show - we have a lot of dynamics.
“We also rock out and do gospel ballads and more rocky stuff and I think it is a very honest and sincere show and people can get a slice of me.
“I also have an unbelievable band.”
Her debut album Dirt on My Tongue, initially released earlier this year, will be formally released on November 7.
The Crawdaddy club has featured some of most iconic acts the country has ever produced including The Stones and Eric Clapton.
Harman says: “It is really cool. Every venue is different but I really like doing smaller intimate gigs like the Crawdaddy Club - it’s a great venue on the blues scene and run by music fans who are helping to keep the music alive.”
Jo Harman at the Crawdaddy Club, Richmond Athletic Ground, Twickenham Road, Richmond; November 15; 7.30pm; £12 to £15; skiddle.com
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