Thursday, 22 May 2014

Instituto Cevantes: Julian Marso tour

Hi there,
I am writing to you from Instituto Cervantes Manchester, to inform you about a concert that will be held at Instituto Cervantes on the 6th of June at 18.30.
It will be a very interesting oppurtunity to know one of the most interesting proposals of Spanish indie music. I would appreciate it a lot if you could include details about the event on Northern Voices. It would be great.
Please find attached the press release with all the information.
Thanks a lot,
Press Officer - Departamento de Prensa
Instituto Cervantes Manchester - Leeds
326-330 Deansgate
Tel: +44 (0) 161 661 4206

Julián Maeso performs at the Instituto Cervantes in Manchesterfor new album tour.    The former The Sunday Drivers member Julián Maeso presents his second solo album:   One Way Ticket to Saturn

at the Instituto Cervantes on the 6th of June, in a concert organised by the Instituto Cervantes Manchester in collaboration with LIPA (The Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts) and AiE en Ruta. Bursting with 70s sounds like rock and funk, Maeso has embarked on a European tour of 14 cities and arrives in the UK in June to perform in Liverpool and Manchester.

Maeso, experienced on stage as a member of bands such as The Blackbirds,
Speaklow, The Sunday Drivers and The Sweet Vandals, and as a musician on tours
with M-Clan and Quique González, is releasing his second solo studio album since the intimate release
Dreams Are Gone, 2012. On this ocassion, he counts on several
Spanish artists’ collaboration such as Ken Stringfellow, The Posies singer and the
bluesman Edu Big Hands, amongst others.
The concert takes place in the Main Hall of the Instituto Cervantes Manchester on
the 6th, of June at 6.30pm. Tickets cost £4 and you can get yours at

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