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Tony Kearns’s Music & Light – the book launch

Tony Kearns’s Music & Light – the book launch

David Knight - 19th Nov 2008

Legendary music video editor Tony "The Colonel" Kearns is hosting the launch of his new book of photographs, Music & Light - Ceol & Solas, tomorrow evening, 20th November, upstairs at The Star & Garter at 62 Poland Street in London's Soho district.

Legendary music video editor Tony "The Colonel" Kearns is hosting the launch of his new book of photographs, <em>Music &amp; Light - Ceol &amp; Solas</em>, tomorrow evening, 20th November, upstairs at The Star &amp; Garter at 62 Poland Street in London's Soho district. <em>Music &amp; Light - Ceol &amp; Solas</em> contains 130 of Tony's black and white photographs of Irish traditional musicians, singers and dancers, selected from his many images of classes, sessions, recitals, ceilis and formal portraits, taken all over Ireland between 1992 and 2007. Signed copies of the book will be on sale at £20 each at the event - with 25% of the proceeds going to the family trust of Barney Jeffrey, the much-loved producer who died earlier this year. So join The Colonel upstairs at the Star &amp; Garter tomorrow, from 7pm, and buy a copy.

Music & Light - Ceol & Solas contains 130 of Tony's black and white photographs of Irish traditional musicians, singers and dancers, selected from his many images of classes, sessions, recitals, ceilis and formal portraits, taken all over Ireland between 1992 and 2007.

Legendary music video editor Tony "The Colonel" Kearns is hosting the launch of his new book of photographs, <em>Music &amp; Light - Ceol &amp; Solas</em>, tomorrow evening, 20th November, upstairs at The Star &amp; Garter at 62 Poland Street in London's Soho district. <em>Music &amp; Light - Ceol &amp; Solas</em> contains 130 of Tony's black and white photographs of Irish traditional musicians, singers and dancers, selected from his many images of classes, sessions, recitals, ceilis and formal portraits, taken all over Ireland between 1992 and 2007. Signed copies of the book will be on sale at £20 each at the event - with 25% of the proceeds going to the family trust of Barney Jeffrey, the much-loved producer who died earlier this year. So join The Colonel upstairs at the Star &amp; Garter tomorrow, from 7pm, and buy a copy.

Signed copies of the book will be on sale at £20 each at the event - with 25% of the proceeds going to the family trust of Barney Jeffrey, the much-loved producer who died earlier this year.

Legendary music video editor Tony "The Colonel" Kearns is hosting the launch of his new book of photographs, <em>Music &amp; Light - Ceol &amp; Solas</em>, tomorrow evening, 20th November, upstairs at The Star &amp; Garter at 62 Poland Street in London's Soho district. <em>Music &amp; Light - Ceol &amp; Solas</em> contains 130 of Tony's black and white photographs of Irish traditional musicians, singers and dancers, selected from his many images of classes, sessions, recitals, ceilis and formal portraits, taken all over Ireland between 1992 and 2007. Signed copies of the book will be on sale at £20 each at the event - with 25% of the proceeds going to the family trust of Barney Jeffrey, the much-loved producer who died earlier this year. So join The Colonel upstairs at the Star &amp; Garter tomorrow, from 7pm, and buy a copy.

So join The Colonel upstairs at the Star & Garter tomorrow, from 7pm, and buy a copy.

David Knight - 19th Nov 2008

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