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2016 Flyover Festival

Soweto Kinch with highlights from the 2016 Flyover Festival in Birmingham, including sets from Ernest Ranglin, Reuben James and Eska. Al Ryan also meets the crowds and performers.

The 2016 Flyover Festival returns to Hockley after a four-year layoff, and Soweto Kinch presents live sets from Ernest Ranglin, Reuben James and ESKA, from this vibrant outdoor event, held in the heart of urban Birmingham. Al Ryan meets the crowds and performers, and Soweto says: "The Flyover Show is about celebrating the traditions of black culture in the city, whilst giving local people a live show they may never get to experience otherwise. It's also about challenging the preconceptions surrounding the area, showing that community and culture can thrive in all corners of our city's heart. The Flyover Show brings world renowned acts right into the heart of our community.".

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Mon 29 Aug 2016 23:00

Music Played

  • Soweto Kinch

    The Healing

    • The Legend Of Mike Smith.
    • Soweto Kinch Recordings.
    • 39.
  • Reuben James

    Four

  • Reuben James

    Can't Take That Away From Me

  • Reuben James

    Caravan

  • ESKA

    Rock Of Ages

  • Eska

    Heroes & Villians

  • Eska

    So Long Eddy Intro

  • ESKA

    So Long Eddy

  • ESKA

    Shades Of Blue

  • Ernest Ranglin

    Nana's Chalk Pipe

  • Ernest Ranglin

    Surfin'

  • Ernest Ranglin

    King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown

  • Ernest Ranglin

    Skanking Easy

Performers

Jazz Now was recorded live at Flyover Festival underneath Hockley Flyover in Birmingham. The performers broadcast included: 

Reuben James
Reuben James, p; Ferg Ireland, d; Chris Draper, db. 

Eska
Eska Mtungwazi, v; Philip Achille, ghca; Joe Numan, gtr; Soweto Kinch, sax. 

Ernest Ranglin
 
Ernest Ranglin, gtr; Nick Jurd, bgtr; Alex Wilson, p; Soweto Kinch, sax; Daniel Hutchinson, gtr; Andre Hutchinson, d. 

Broadcast

Meet the presenters

Meet the presenters

Soweto Kinch, Emma Smith and Al Ryan.

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