The extraordinarily colourful career of dance music duo, The Correspondents, has come to an abrupt close with the unexpected death of producer Tim Cole aka Chucks in October 2020. The band have brought their unique mix of electro, drum’n’bass, jazz and blues to venues and festivals across the world for more than 13 years. Mr Bruce, the singer, and Chucks were an unlikely pair. Exuberant, always costumed and dancing like his life depended on it, Mr Bruce struck a very different chord to the more reserved and enigmatic Chucks who’s brilliant and idiosyncratic production skills built firm foundations for the band’s success.
This show is the final Correspondents gig. The last of of more than 1000 appearances worldwide. Mr Bruce will be performing a large chunk of the back catalogue. For the frontman this will provide necessary closure of one of the most important chapters in his life before he launches as a solo artist.
This performance will have all the energy and fun that you’d expect from a Correspondents show while fully embracing the grief of losing a friend and collaborator. Please join us to celebrate Tim Cole’s life and legacy in a venue where they shared some of their musical highlights.
Proceeds will go to Music Support, a charity that provides core services to people in the music industry who suffer from mental health issues.
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