Mid-March Music: There’s only one Van the Man!

Nanna Østerby
March 9th, 2016

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Van Morrison
Thu 10 March, 20:00; Falconer Salen, Falkoner Alle 9, Frederiksberg; 900-1,100kr, sold out – waiting list
The fantastic Northern Irish singer, songwriter and musician Van Morrison has since the beginning of his career brought a unique touch to the genres of blues, jazz, skiffle and country music, inspiring millions.

Now an undisputed living legend, he continues to entertain every audience he performs to with his impressive catalogue of hits – despite his 70 years of age.

The last time Van the Man visited Denmark was in 2007 when he played two totally sold out concerts, and the same has happened again. Check internet forums for tickets.

Straight no chaser
Fri 11 March; Portalen Koncerthus, Portalen 1, Greve; 242kr
Straight No Chaser are the real deal, delivering amazing American a capella at a time when most pop music is going digital. Their 10 male voices melt together to create extraordinary, passionate music with a hint of humour too.

Gilby Clarke
Fri 11 March, 20:30; Kulturhuset Viften, Rødovre Parkvej 130, Rødovre; 200kr
When the former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke plays at Viften in Rødovre, it will be with a few of his own cover songs as well as some classics from his old band’s back catalogue.

Nikki Hill
Fri 11 March, 20:00; Portalen, Kabaret Scenen, Portalen 1, Greve; 162kr
A big name in US rock ‘n’ roll right now, the soulful 30-year-old is wowing audiences worldwide alongside her bluesy husband Matt. Explosively raw, her voice is drawing fans to the original genre.

Jess Glynne
Wed 16 March, 20:00; Amager Bio, Øresundsvej 6, Cph S; 190kr
The British pop singer became famous when she together with the electronic group Clean Bandit made the hit ‘Rather be’. Now touring with her debut album, she has cut out the electronic vibes and swapped them for a touch of soul.


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