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LONDON: Brunel Museum
In our extraordinary secret chamber 50 foot below the ground, American folk singer Catherine Feeny, known for her incisive lyrics and mellifluous voice, will be performing her new material. Following her participation in and consequent arrest at the Occupy Wall Street demonstration this past fall, Feeny's songs have a political fire and a progressive rhythmic sensibility that stand in contrast to her earlier work. See this compelling performer -- who has shared the stage with Suzanne Vega, Martha Wainwright, Dr. John and Wilco -- play live in this just one of four intimate, exclusive concert dates in England this summer.
Here at the Brunel Museum we are continuing a musical tradition begun by the Brunels: the Band of the Coldstream Guards played here in 1827