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Slamming, smiling and unearthly silence – the music gigs our writers loved most in 2015 | Musique Non Stop

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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Slamming, smiling and unearthly silence – the music gigs our writers loved most in 2015

From Mary J Blige in the rain to Coldplay in a church and Craig Finn at the seaside – here are our writer’s most memorable shows of the year

Some musicians are clearly born with more stamina than others. In 2014, aged 86, Ennio Morricone was forced to cancel his O2 show after spending the year recovering from a spinal injury. Yet he swiftly rescheduled it for the following February, neatly timing it to land on my birthday (thanks, Ennio, just leave my cake with the cloakroom staff).

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