George Melly

John Sheridan


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   George Melly Tribute, John Sheridan

George Melly Tribute,
John Sheridan and band
 Based in Ireland.
  Category:  Tribute Show.
 Fee: On application.
  Location availability:

Ireland / International.

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Relive the magic of the late and much missed George Melly with the wonderful tribute show hosted by John Sheridan ( Long John Jump Band ) . The songs included are all the popular ones which George sang as only he could . They are entertaining, bawdy , humorous and will have you tapping your feet , clapping your hands and maybe even wanting to dance !  

The set includes his ever popular Nuts, Gerry The Junker, You've Got The Right Key But The Wrong Keyhole, I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, Hot Dog Man, Empty Bed Blues, Doctor Jazz , Boogie Woogie Man to name just a few .  

The band line up is piano, double bass, drums and saxophone with John singing the part of George . It’s a show not to be missed and played to a full house in the John Field Room NCH in November 2013 .

George Melly (Alan George Heywood Melly),   (born Aug. 17, 1926, Liverpool, Eng.—died July 5, 2007, London, Eng.), British jazz singer and writer who was admired as much for his flamboyant, outsize personality as for his traditional jazz singing and his trenchant cultural criticism. During the 1950s he sang with Mick Mulligan’s Magnolia Jazz Band, performing largely bawdy 1920s American jazz and blues, and he then worked (1965–74) as a pop music, television, and film critic for the newspaper The Observer. In 1972 he returned to performing, this time with John Chilton’s Feetwarmers, with whom he sang for the next 30 years. Melly wrote several books on Pop art and on Surrealism, including Revolt into Style: The Pop Arts in Britain (1970) and Paris and the Surrealists (1991), as well as two screenplays, the text for cartoon strips, and four volumes of frank and witty memoirs.

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