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New CD from Andrew Nix and Tony Stace

Posted: Tuesday 26th August

New CD from Andrew Nix and Tony Stace

We have great news about a brand new album featuring two favourite performers on the circuit. Tony Stace and Andrew Nix have, yet again, produced a stunning duet album bursting with 44 excellent tunes all arranged by the duo themselves.

As their performances together prove increasingly popular, they are aware of keeping the programme content fresh and entertaining. They rehearse at every opportunity to work on new material. Audiences are delighted with this commitment and are still enthralled by the harmonious blend of Tony's Yamaha HX-1 and Andrew's Roland Atelier AT-900c.

"In The Mood" features: In The Mood, Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree, Pennsylvania 6-5000, Moonlight Serenade, Chattanooga Choo Choo - Delilah, It's Not Unusual, The Green Green Grass Of Home - Happy Days, Galloping Home, Juliet Bravo, Howards Way, The Gentle Touch, I Could Be So Good For You - Steptoe And Son, The Pink Panther Theme, The Liberty Bell, Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler?, Bring Me Sunshine - Skye Boat Song, Sailing, The Sailors Hornpipe, Portsmouth, Anchors Aweigh, A Life On The Ocean Wave, Blow The Man Down, Drunken Sailor - Granada, Lady Of Spain, Spanish Flea, Spanish Eyes, Spanish Gipsy Dance - Ain't No Pleasing You, When Two Worlds Collide, Snooker Loopy, Margate - My Foolish Heart, I Left My Heart In San Francisco - The Best Things In Life Are Free, Crazy Rhythm, The Continental, I'll See You In My Dreams, Button Up Your Overcoat.

This CD will be available from the lads at all of their solo and duet concerts from September 1st 2014. If you require further information, you can find their contact details on their website.

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