The reviews are pouring in. Here’s what’s being said in the press about ‘Gavin Friday and Friends’ at Carnegie Hall: Jon Pareles of the New York Times: “Mr. Friday has built a latter-day career as an eclectic, cabaret-tinged songwriter who hasn’t forgotten rock. The songs testify to romance and disillusion, while taking unexpected harmonic twists.…

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The Times reviews The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World: “The night before, more mysticism at a Messiaen Anniversary Concert. The French composer was honoured in a performance of his Quatuor pour la fin du temps, played with robust commitment by Finghin Collins (piano), Elizabeth Cooney (violin), Richard Harwood (cello) and Carol McGonnell (clarinet). And…

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Review of the 2003 Lauren Perrier Champagne Culture Club talk (August 13, 2003) “It says something about Gavin Friday that there was almost a 100pc acceptance to the invitation to hear him discuss the influences on his career last Wednesday evening. Following the performance guests enjoyed a glass, or two, of Laurent Perrier to cool…

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