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Barb Jungr: Waterloo Sunset

Manchester-born, London-based cabaret performer Barb Jungr, likely a familiar face to those who regularly frequent the fabled Ronnie Scott’s, has previously delighted us with clever, thoughtful nods to Jacques Brel (Chanson: The Space in Between from 2000) and Bob Dylan (2002’s Every Grain of Sand). Now, in that distinctly winning style of hers that suggests Peggy Lee funneled through Joan Baez, Jungr tackles a much broader theme-masks, real or imagined, that we all tend to wear from time to time-on the engagingly eclectic Waterloo Sunset (Linn).

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