You know my Suffragette City, Is outta sight...
As part of the
Here's a bit about the band's set from the Electric Proms site:
"Highlights include a chilled out "Not A Lot To Do" where the band were accompanied by a string quartet and a rockin' version of David Bowie's "Suffragette City" which left the crowd desperate for more."
Suffragette City is at the end of the band's set, at 26:30 minutes in on the online stream, which you can view online until November 3rd by clicking on The Zutons logo above...speaking of which, doesn't it have a flavour of the Diamond Dogs Bowie logo?
Thanx to BowieNetter jms for the pointer to this story.
Meanwhile, following on from their inclusion of Moonage Daydream in their set last year, unconfirmed reports suggest
"The unexpected additional treat came toward the end of Don't Give The Ghost Up, as they segued into Rock 'N Roll With Me...it worked beautifully...alas too briefly. A worthy nod to our rock god's influence and talent however."
Not sure how brief a treat it was for you Tess, but it was a great choice for the band to have made. Hopefully we'll all get to hear their version of it at some point.