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BRYAN FERRY is happy to announce the new Bryan Ferry album Avonmore which will be released on 17 November 2014. His 14th solo album, ‘Avonmore’ features eight new Ferry compositions plus Ferry’s cinematic interpretation of Sondheim’s ‘Send In The Clowns’. Produced by Ferry and Rhett Davies in Ferry’s London studio, the album was mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire/Paolo Nutini) and features performances throughout the album by many of Ferry’s long-term musical partners including Nile Rodgers, Johnny Marr and Marcus Miller. Highlights include the forthcoming single ‘Loop De Li’, ‘Soldier of Fortune’ (co-written by Johnny Marr) plus closing track ‘Johnny & Mary’, Ferry’s recent collaboration with Norwegian producer and DJ Todd Terje.

Loop De Li on YouTube

Pre-order any version of the album now and get an instant download of ‘Loop De Li’ now! Physical pre-orders from BryanFerry.com will also get a digital companion download album from the day of release. This free instant download is only available at www.BryanFerry.com or I-Tunes and NOT Amazon

Roxy Music On BBC4

Roxy Music will be featured on BBC4 tomorrow evening in a show called 'Oh You Pretty Things: The Story Of Music And Fashion'

Episode 1 of 3 starting on Wednesday 17th Sept, BBC4 @ 9pm.

"The series begins in the golden years of the 1960s. Mod legends the Small Faces became the best-dressed band in England, Cilla Black and fashion label BIBA were a perfect fit, while the Beatles and the Stones embraced the foppish hair and frilly shirts of psychedelia. Through rude boys and rockers, the relationship between music and fashion blossomed, becoming intimately entwined in the sound and vision of Roxy Music."

More Details Here

Former Roxy Bassist Dies

One time Roxy Music bass player Johnny Gustafson  died  at the age of 72 yesterday.

Johnny played Bass on 3 Roxy Music albums Stranded, Country Life and Siren as well as their 1974 and 1975 tour. His most famous bass line will undoubtedly be Love Is The Drug

R.I.P. Johnny

Forthcoming Phil Manzanera album.

Phil Manzanera will release The Sound Of Blue a nine track instrumental album on 26th January 2015. 

He is joined by Roxy Music's
Andy Mackay on sax and VCS3, Javier Weyler on drums (ex Stereophonics) and Yaron Stavi who also played bass on Phil's last 3 solo albums

A complete list of Phil's solo work/collaborations and session work cane be found here:  Phil Manzanera and Primary Collaborations

New Bryan Ferry Date In Switzerland

Bryan Ferry will perform at Baloise Session in Basel (Switzerland) on 31st October 2014!

Ticket Sales Here

Bryan Ferry adds two more UK dates.

Bryan Ferry will perform in the Lord's Long Room at the Club's Bicentenary Gala Ball on Friday 17 October and at a MCC Members' Ball on Saturday 18 October.

More Details Here

New Oslo Date Added -- Johnny And Mary Live

Bryan Ferry has added another live date in Oslo:
Sunday 26th October 2014
More information and ticket sales.

Professionally shot live footage of Bryan Ferry performing Johnny And Mary with Todd Terje can be seen here:

Johnny And Mary Live

Bryan Ferry Oslo - Online Footage

Bryan Ferry's show from Oslo 9th August 2014 can be viewed online by clicking this link.

Johnny And Mary Live with Todd Terje in Oslo 9th August 2014

Bryan Ferry Opens A David Bowie Exhibition

" The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago invites you to artEdge 2014, celebrating the opening of the exhibition David Bowie Is. This exclusive event offers a first access preview of the exhibition and an incredible dinner, followed by a special concert featuring acclaimed musician Bryan Ferry. Proceeds from artEd...ge will support MCA exhibitions, performances, and education programming.


Bryan Ferry to receive an honorary degree

Bryan Ferry will be given an honorary degree by Newcastle University today, the same week his Roxy Music cohort receives a similar accolade at Reading University.

From www.theindependant.ie  

The Roxy Music singer and songwriter is being made an honorary Doctor of Music from the university where he graduated in Fine Art in 1968. 

Four years later, his band emerged and became one of the most influential of the 1970s, producing classic albums such as For Your Pleasure and Avalon. 

Bryan, 69 and born in Washington, Tyne and Wear, said: "I feel honoured to have been awarded this doctorate from my former university.

"I enjoyed my time at Newcastle, and was fortunate to study with some great teachers and fellow students.

"It was an inspiring time to be an art student in Newcastle, and the city also had an exciting music scene.

"Music and art have guided my life, and it all started at Newcastle University."
Newcastle University's registrar, Dr John Hogan, said: "We are delighted to welcome back and honour one of our graduates who has achieved so much in his field.

"Newcastle University has an excellent reputation for education in art and music and Mr Ferry is a great example and inspiration to our students graduating in those disciplines this summer."

 Press Association

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