Friday, 6 February 2009

Fuse play on New year day to an audience of thousands



Two world renowned musicians – Fuse – are set to light up New Year’s Day at the start of the terrific turn of year tradition.

The talented duo – which has played to heads of state, royalty and the great and the good at Glastonbury, will entertain the mayors of London, ambassadors from many nations and other VVIPs outside The Ritz Hotel on January 1st.

Fuse will entertain thousands of revellers in Piccadilly awaiting the arrival of The New Year’s Day Parade – the 23rd momentous march through the historic heart of the West End.

Electric violinists Linzi Stoppard and Ben Lee’s performance is to be featured in the opening sequence of the Parade’s international satellite broadcast to be beamed around the World.“This is going to be a great gig.” Said Linzi. “we are really looking forward to it – what a great start to 2009 – London will be the focal point for millions on the day.“

We will be recording our new album in the next few weeks – so the year ahead will be just electric for us.”The parade, which begins at 12 Noon sharp in Parliament Sq, heads down Whitehall to Trafalgar Sq. It turns left in to Cockspur St and Pall Mall, right up Lower Regent St to Piccadilly Circus then left along Piccadilly itself. Full story here >>

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