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Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine opens feat. Conal Fowkes

Once again Woody Allen turns to Conal Fowkes to provide music for his new film. Blue Jasmine opened July 26th in limited theaters in the US and in it’s opening weekend grossed more than any other film of the director’s career (including even Midnight In Paris!).

In the film you will hear Conal Fowkes performing the movie’s theme song “Blue Moon” which appears near the beginning of the film and again as the story comes to a disturbing close and into the credits.

Starring the amazing Cate Blanchett, Sally Hawkins, Alec Baldwin and Peter Sarsgaard, there is already much talk of Oscar nominations.

In theaters NOW!
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GRAMMY Award goes to Midnight In Paris !

Congratulations to Conal Fowkes, Eddy Davis and the Yerason Trio (Yrving Yeras, Lisa Yeras and Conal Fowkes) for their contributions to this wonderful album.

Last night at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards Ceremony the prize for Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media went to Midnight In Paris. A quarter of the tracks on the album feature […]

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Eddy Davis and Conal Fowkes featured on a NEW CD…….

Hello fans and music lovers! Please take a moment to check a new recording that Eddy and Conal were involved with this year.
All original […]

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New videos from Russia

Here are a couple of video clips that just came out. These were taken at a star-studded charity concert in St. Petersburg, Russia last Summer. They feature our very own Eddy Davis and Conal Fowkes in trio form with the clarinet man himself, Woody Allen.
For your enjoyment!……

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Midnight In Paris sound track now on iTunes !!

At last! the sound track we’ve all been waiting for for so long is finally out on iTunes.
All the great music from the film is there including the three Cole Porter tunes that Conal recorded, “You’ve got that thing”, “You do something to me” and “Let’s do it”.
A word of warning: If you listen to […]

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Sound Track for Midnight in Paris

To all of you wonderful people who have written to me frustrated and exhausted having scoured the internet in search of the Cole Porter recordings I made for Midnight in Paris……

I was told by the producer that there will be a sound track album and that the Cole Porter songs will be on it. As […]

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Eddy Davis and Conal Fowkes in Rome for the Summer !!

The Davis-Fowkes Duo are performing at the famous “Open Colonna” restaurant in Rome, Tues-Sat, 8-11pm throughout July. Home of Italy’s most celebrated chef, Antonello Colonna.
Of course Woody is in Rome also, making his new film “Bop Decameron”. So what do you get? …. the trio, swinging away regularly at “Open Colonna” !!

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Conal Fowkes featured in new Woody Allen movie “Midnight in Paris”

“Midnight in Paris”, the new film by Woody Allen will open this week in NYC and features Conal Fowkes singing and playing Let’s Do It, You Do Something To Me and You’ve Got That Thing by Cole Porter. Also featured is Conal playing piano with the Yerason Trio (Yrving and Lisa Yeras, violins) performing Barcarolle […]

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Great New Review from “Banjo Hang Out” !!!

I ordered the DVD from the davisfowkes.com/ website just one week ago, and it reached Edinburgh quickly despite the airport being closed for a few days. Great service.
If you don’t have this DVD, do yourself a favour and order it before Christmas. There are excerpts on youtube which will provide you with a flavour, but […]

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Eddy Davis & Conal Fowkes featured in new Woody Allen film !

Just opened in theaters in NYC, the new Woody Allen film “You will meet a tall dark stranger” will feature a performance by Eddy Davis and Conal Fowkes on the sound track ! Don’t miss it.
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

Follows a pair of married couples, Alfie (Hopkins) and Helena (Jones), and their daughter […]

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Eddy Davis & Conal Fowkes: Live In Concert-Review by Michael Steinman

Watch this excerpt from the new DVD available for purchase exclusively at davisfowkes.com

February 19, 2010 · 1 Comment
I thought of “Old Time Modern” while watching a wonderful new concert DVD.  That title originally was from a Nat Pierce composition recorded for Vanguard in the Fifties, blending boppish harmonies with a […]

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