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Friday December 10, 2010
Rinaldi Sings + Kelly's Heels,
Hawthorne Studio
Campus West,
Welwyn Garden City,
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Rinaldi Sings New SingleRinaldi 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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Steve Rinaldi currently features in a new photographic exhibition, Uptown, at the Cabaret Voltaire Gallery in Colchester. Spotted by photographer Judy Payne at the band’s gig in the town in May, Steve was asked to participate in a project that was to feature various “interesting looking people” shot in and around the Colchester area.

Photographer Judy Payne had been so impressed with Steve’s natural ’60s style that she crafted a quite deliberate ‘Alfie’ look for some of the sessions. And to thank Steve for his participation in the shoot, at the launch party she presented Steve with an original release copy of Michael Crawford singing John Barry’s theme song to the 1964 movie classic ‘The Knack… And How To Get It’.

The other ‘models’ in the exhibition included Radio 2 DJ and former ’70s Cockney Rebel, Steve Harley. Both Steves - Harley and Rinaldi - spent some time chatting together at the launch party.

If anyone would like to see the exhibition, it will run at the Cabaret Voltaire Gallery in Church Walk, Colchester, from August 28 to October 8. Admission is free.

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