Why See Jose Gonzalez?
jose is back
After first coming to mainstream attention when his ebullient folky cover of The Knife's 'Heartbeats' was used to soundtrack 250,000 bouncy balls cascading down San Francisco's Filbert Street for a Sony advert, Jose Gonzalez has become recognised as an eccentric musician who thrills with a mix of classical guitar and soft melodies.
Back with 'Vestiges & Claws' his first record in seven years, Gonzalez has amassed a series of musical sketches and landscapes riffing off the nature of civilization, humanism and solidarity that showcase his passions and inspirations in beguiling form. So settle yourself into the groove and enjoy an uplifting evening in the company of this enthralling singer-songwriter.
Performance date: 26 March 2019
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