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Ann Sexton - Live London - 13th June 2018

Ann Sexton - Live London - 13th June 2018 magazine cover

Ann Sexton upcoming...

ANN SEXTON + DJ's Noble & Heath 
Wednesday 13th June 2018 
Show: 7:30 PM Doors: 7:30 PM

229 The Venue | 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN, United Kingdom

AGMP presents

ANN SEXTON + support + DJ's Noble & Heath

Legendary South Carolina Soul Sister announces an exclusive London Concert.

Ann Sexton started her music career as a backing vocalist for Elijah and the Ebonies in the late 1960's. She married and formed a band called Ann Sexton and the Masters of Soul with the group's saxophonist Melvin Burton releasing their debut Sweet Soul single "You're Letting Me Down" backed with the all-time Northern Soul classic "You've Been Gone Too Long" on the B-side.

Signing to the Seventy Seven label in 1971, Ann Sexton released a series of essential singles including the much covered 1973 Sister Funk single "You're Losing Me". In the same year her debut album "Loving You, Loving Me" was released. Her second and last full length album "The Beginning" came out in 1977. In 2004 Soul Brother Records released a career spanning anthology.


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Source Magazine Comments



Just my luck...away on holiday... 

Hope it's packed and Ann gets the adulation deserved.

Unique voice! So soulful.. 




Cannot wait for this! So many incredible songs...feels like a real privilege to see a singer of this calibre. Exclusive show just adds further excitement to what promises to be a very memorable evening.



Wow that was incredible stuff!

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