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The Black Tambourines, The Red Cords, Planet Jazz dominate Falmouth’s Mono

The Black Tambourines, The Red Cords, Planet Jazz  dominate Falmouth’s Mono

Photos by Brian Robinson Photography 

After a six month break, The Black Tambourines made their live return an absolute riot at Falmouth’s Mono.  With support from the Red Cords and Planet Jazz ,this was a night with some of the finest bands in Cornwall.

The Black Tambourines just go from strength to strength, and are pretty much untouchable.  This was a welcome live return for the band after a winter break; not that they’ve sat around hibernating as there was a new song dropped into the set, and hopefully this mean we could be close to a new album. Playing songs from 2015’s Freedom had the Falmouth crowd going nuts from the start.

Black Tambourines: (https://www.facebook.com/theblacktambourines)

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Planet Jazz:

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Red Cords:

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Full album of the night can.

Wedding photographer by day, cool, bearded and tattooed rock photographer by night. Brian has taken some of the best pictures of local bands and visiting giants in recent years.

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