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Rinaldi Sings is the name assumed by singer/songwriter Steve Rinaldi, who was famously described by the NME as a "cocksure 20th Century Scott Walker". He plays a stylish brand of pop that acknowledges a deep debt to the bubblegum northern soul of the late Sixties.
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Sat. Mar 27 2004GIG NEWS
Rinaldi Sings will be hitting the road through May to promote the April 19 release of their single ‘Avenues & Alleyways’. Gigs so far pencilled in include a headlining appearance at popular indie night Purr at Moles Club in Bath on May 13. It also looks likely that the band will be topping the bill at Upstairs At The Garage in London on May 10, with the possibility of a gig at The Soundhouse in Colchester on May 20, although this has yet to be confirmed. This is in addition to the gig already booked at The Cavern in Liverpool on May 14. Anyone interested in coming to gigs in these areas, get in touch with us through the website or post on the guestbook – it’s nice to see if we’re arranging gigs in the right locations. And if you can suggest any other clubs we should be playing in, let us know.
A support band has been added onto the bill of the gig in Cambridge at The Man On The Moon on April 14 – opening for Rinaldi Sings will be energetic guitar pop outfit, Loop, featuring two ex-members of popular underground Britpop band The Traceys. As usual the DJs will be Gary Malby & Rodders from Something Big.
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