Wednesday 24 October
Detroit roots outfit Blanche blend a touch of American gothic into their alt-country stylings in support of Country music legend Charlie Louvin.
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Minute by minute report, via text message by the BBC's Clare Hudson and Daniela Armstrong.
- 19.01 - Veteran Radio 2 presenter Bob Harris introduces the lads and lasses of Detroit band Blanche. The set will be broadcast on Bob's country show.
- 19.05 - Tracee floats on stage in a cream vintage dress and Dan introduces the band, let the music begin... He describes them as goth country.
- 19.07 - Jack strums the banjo and the audience cheer..
- 19.10 - Feeny jokes about having thought that Wembley Stadium would be a bit bigger. Dingwalls is a rather more intimate venue.
- 19.13 - Husband and wife Dan and Tracee duet on Bluebird. He gazes adoringly at his lovely wife. Ah!
- 19.15 - Lisa starts off on drums, Jack joins in and Dan starts off melancholy number 'The World I Used To Be Afraid Of'
- 19.19 - The fairy lights flash during the chorus lighting the delighted audience faces. The audience are enthralled.
- 19.24 - Ooh they're going to pick up the mood says Dan as he invites the crowd to the dance floor.
- 19.25 - It's Child of the Moon. And yes it's a little more up tempo. Like a slow waltz.
- 19.29 - Next song is a love song says Dan, about when someone might not be in love with you when they say they are! Ah love is fickle.
- 19.35 - Dan tells us that the next song's about the world's largest crucifix which used to be but isn't any more. It's now the cross in the wood.
- 19.41 - Dan again. This song has it's own video made in an old Henry Ford factory. It's called Do You Trust Me. Jack swaps to the bass.
- 19.50 - Blanche begin their last track 'I Can't Sit Down'. We all rock along. Feeny solos on the pedal steel guitar.
- 20.27 - Patch from Blanche is tuning up on stage. The remaining members of Blanche have taken their seats in the audience to watch Charlie Louvin.
- 21.16 - Tracee was going to tell a joke Charlie told her but it might get them kicked out!
- 21.16 - Feeny is dancing around and singing 'sit down' - the audience love this number.
- 21.16 - Oh my goodness Feeny just danced on a table in the audience!
also at bbc electric proms
- Performed alongside Blanche:
- Charlie Louvin and special guests
- Mark Ronson with special guests and the BBC Concert Orchestra
- Paul McCartney
- Kaiser Chiefs via David Arnold
- Bloc Party
- Ray Davies and friends
- Agaskodo Teliverek
- Ben Westbeech
- Basquiat Strings
- The Beatles: Help!
- Bob Dylan: The Other Side of the Mirror
- Breed 77
- Charlie Louvin
- The Chemical Brothers
- Cold War Kids
- The Coral
- Daft Punk: Electroma
- Duke Special
- Durrty Goodz
- Edwyn Collins
- The Enemy
- The Flaming Lips:
UFOs at the Zoo
- Kano presents London Town
- Kid Harpoon
- Noah and the Whale
- Once in a Blue Moon:
A tribute to Lal Waterson
- The Metros
- New Cassettes
- Radio Luxembourg
- Reverend and the Makers
- The Riff Raff and Riz MC
- Sam Isaac
- Sigur Rós: Heima
- SOIL & "PIMP" SESSIONS with Jamie Cullum
- Taio Cruz