Making a great name for itself as a music venue El Molino has slowly but surely been putting Sabinillas on the musical map. Having hosted The Silver Beats, amongst other bands.
Full house and first on stage much to my surprise Frank Skott singing a mix of his own brilliant music with songs like ‘For Miles’ and soul classics including some of my favorite tunes. A great set and thoroughly appreciated by the crowd.
For me, although his cover versions were great, it was his original material that really shone through particularly the classic ‘Under The Street Light’ and the first track performed. Consummate professional, the crowd had already had their full money’s worth by the time he had finished.
Following on was James Richard, good vocally and a great performer singing through classics, dancing, getting the crowd involved and jumping on tables to-boot overall putting on quite a show.
Switching to his real talent, the saxophone, he went on to blow a few of my favorites including Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White before back into the entetainment showcase of fun.
Looking every bit the part, Daniel Boland, in the sharpest of sharp suits took to the stage with as much performance finesse as his predecessor. Singing Michael Buble to a tee and getting down dancing with the crowd, the entertainment factor made an otherwise good singer into a great performer.
Finishing the set, Danielle, taking the night through favourites and getting even more people up and dancing another successful night had been organized by live music Spain.
15 Euros for four acts and a meal is the kind of recession busting value needed at a time like this and as such full respect goes out to the venue El Molino supporting local talent, original as well as cover, and to Live Music Spain for its continual promotions and reasonably priced events.
By El Intercambio’s
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