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Kew the Music - Day 4, 5 & 6

  Yesterday saw Kew the Music come to an end for another year with a brilliant send off from Billy Bragg and Bellowhead. A much more relaxed evening than other nights, the atmosphere radiated warmth akin to the weather, with the crowd enjoying the glorious summer evening with their family and friends. Both acts performed their classic hits and were massive hits themselves, with many singing along and dancing at the front of the stage. The previous night had seen Soul II Soul take to the stage as the support act for Leona Lewis. Leona’s renowned voice sounded incredible, as it filled the gardens with hit songs such as ‘Run’ and ‘Bleeding Love’. Definitely a hit with the crowd, she had everyone up on their feet to dance the night away. Support act Soul II Soul had warmed the crowd up perfectly with ‘Keep on Movin’’ and ‘Back to Life’, showing they hadn’t lost their charm since the 90s and making the penultimate night a real success. On Thursday night, Jools Holland and his band performed an excellent hour and half set, showcasing every member’s extraordinary talent. Although Jools’ piano playing was the star of the show, the saxophonist, guitar player and singers all had their chance to shine – each with their own song to highlight their individual skills. The crowd danced along all evening, only stopping when the fireworks took to the sky, to bring the evening to an end. Winkworth have been proud sponsors of Kew the Music for the past three years and always have such an excellent time supporting this great event. The six concerts this year were exceptional, with each and every act putting on a great show to an enthusiastic and energetic crowd. We hope that if you managed to come you had as great a time as we did and hope that we are able to be a part of it again for many years to come! Make sure you check out all our pictures and videos of our time at the event on our Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest page. If you have any pictures too, we’d love to see them, so make sure you send them to us!

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Yesterday saw Kew the Music come to an end for another year with a brilliant send off from Billy Bragg and Bellowhead. A much more relaxed evening than other nights, the atmosphere radiated warmth akin to the weather, with the crowd enjoying the glorious summer evening with their family and friends. Both acts performed their classic hits and were massive hits themselves, with many singing along and dancing at the front of the stage.

The previous night had seen Soul II Soul take to the stage as the support act for Leona Lewis. Leona’s renowned voice sounded incredible, as it filled the gardens with hit songs such as ‘Run’ and ‘Bleeding Love’. Definitely a hit with the crowd, she had everyone up on their feet to dance the night away. Support act Soul II Soul had warmed the crowd up perfectly with ‘Keep on Movin’’ and ‘Back to Life’, showing they hadn’t lost their charm since the 90s and making the penultimate night a real success.

On Thursday night, Jools Holland and his band performed an excellent hour and half set, showcasing every member’s extraordinary talent. Although Jools’ piano playing was the star of the show, the saxophonist, guitar player and singers all had their chance to shine – each with their own song to highlight their individual skills. The crowd danced along all evening, only stopping when the fireworks took to the sky, to bring the evening to an end.

Winkworth have been proud sponsors of Kew the Music for the past three years and always have such an excellent time supporting this great event. The six concerts this year were exceptional, with each and every act putting on a great show to an enthusiastic and energetic crowd. We hope that if you managed to come you had as great a time as we did and hope that we are able to be a part of it again for many years to come!

Make sure you check out all our pictures and videos of our time at the event on our Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest page. If you have any pictures too, we’d love to see them, so make sure you send them to us!

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