Nantwhich Jazz & Blues - Review
"In a similar vein was Twin Frets who had played a set and gave a workshop at the Nantwich Players Theatre. These two, Willy Fluss and Vernon Miller, are not the bad boys but very much the gentlemen of rock. "Everybody OK? Thank you for coming we really appreciate it,"they said without any sarcasm or irony at all as latecomers trooped in. This has to be a first where lateness is not rebuked.
And can they play. There was a version of “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore,” which took it away, light years away, from being a tearstained crumpled wet tissues galore lament to a defiant in-yer-face footstomper. Just as interesting but maybe not as good was the lengthy Bob Marley classic Redemption Song which the audience eventually got into via Paul Simon's Gracelands and another Bob Marley's classic, Stir it Up".
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The gig that Twin Frets played on Sunday night at The Residence, Nantwich was packed with queues outside, the audience raved about the performance, so much so that the owner of the Residence who wasn't even there has called Vernon to book them for Sunday 2nd May. How cool is that?