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At Last! A Celebration of Etta James
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At Last! A Celebration of Etta James

Wednesday February 2nd, 2022 from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm
@ The Blues Kitchen in Manchester
£15.40
Ticket sale closes 2nd Feb 4:00 pm
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Few female R&B stars enjoyed the kind of consistent acclaim Etta James received throughout a career that spanned six decades

The celebrated producer Jerry Wexler once called her "the greatest of all modern blues singers", and she recorded a number of enduring hits, including "At Last", "Tell Mama", "I'd Rather Go Blind", and "All I Could Do Was Cry".

Acclaimed ainger Nicole Battick will cover the breadth of James' work accompanied by Manchester's very own Soul City Five.

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13 Quay Street

Manchester, , M3 3HN

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