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Nov 2012 "Stand Up And Glow" as gone in the USA Dance Chart at No-9

Mumzy Stranger performs 'Mama Used to Say' with Junior at UK AMA - Winners of the Best Urban Act - BBC Asian Network BBC

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This is a track from Junior's new album Prisoner of Hope available for Amazon, iTunes, CD Baby and all download shops.

Granada Spain on the
22nd November 2014.

Junior Giscombe gigs 2014/15

●  2nd November The British Collective, Omar, Noel McCoy,Leee John, Don-e and myself will be doing our first live show together on the 2nd November for the return of Tony Blackburn's Soul Night Out which will be broadcasted live on Radio London. The following week we do Children In Need.

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●  28th Mach 2015 Bury St Edmunds The Apex

Charter Square, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3FD

Box Office...01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk

 

Junior Giscombe - Ji

Amazon re-release Ji - Expanded Edition Junior's first album.
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Donations can be made direct to Jenique Giscombe.

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This week’s special film is The Story of Lovers’ Rock (12A), an unusual and characteristic film about the uniquely black British music that developed in the late 70s and 80s. It includes live performance, comedy sketches, dances, interviews and vibrant archive footage of the music and the generation that grew up with it. Interviews include Levi Roots, Linton Kwesi Johnson, UB40, Maxi Priest, Janet Kay and Angie Le Mar. See http://www.loversrockthefilm.com for the unofficial trailer. It is directed by Menelik Shabazz, sometimes dubbed the Spike Lee of black British cinema, best known for his award-winning film Burning An Illusion.

Event  - Friday 30th:  eighties hit singer and musician JUNIOR GISCOMBE (Mama Used to Say) will present this multi-cultural story that polarized the times of this forgotten period of music and stay on to do a Q&A after the film. His website is http://www.juniorgiscombe.co.uk and he is also on Facebook. The event starts at 7.45pm with wine in the foyer to set the tone! (The rest of the week this film will be screened at 6.40pm.) Junior’s CDs will be available to buy.

This ‘romantic reggae’ event marks the start of Peckhamplex’s Black Cultural Month.

I also attach a list of films releasing at Peckhamplex from 7.45pm, Friday 30th - 95A Rye Lane, Peckham, London SE15 4ST

Best wishes and do come to our SPECIAL EVENT!!  To book telephone 0844 567 2742