Firstly, the eight-strong lineup includes excellent players such as Public Enemy guitarist Duminie DePorres, drummer Myele Manzanza (son of Afrobeat virtuoso
They begin with Top of the World by 70s US outfit
The performance isn't perfect. There are loose improv sections and vocals often so high in the mix that they sound like six Leona Lewises attempting to shatter glass. But Theo could probably perform a one-man kazoo show and have the crowd roaring with joy. And as the stage fills up for the encore - a cover of rare disco-soul record Ain't No Need by Skye - the audience spring to their feet once more. Teddy's Get Down? More like Teddy's Get the Hell Up.
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