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Gloria Hendry in London for Jazz Tribute to James Bond songs

By: FSWL team
Published:
2018-05-10
Gloria Hendry Jazz Tribute Crazy Coqs London
For the first time in London, Bond girl Gloria Hendry (Rosie Carver in the 1973 film Live and Let Die directed by Guy Hamilton) is scheduled to perform her jazz tribute to the songs of James Bond at Crazy Coqs on 25th June, 2018.

Gloria Hendry is best known as the black Bond girl in Roger Moore's first Bond film, Live and Let Die, and subsequently was a trailblazer for women of colour in American action films, independent film making and Blaxploitation, for work in films such as Black Caesar and Black Belt Jones. Hendry has authored her autobiographical book entitled, Gloria: Bond and All, published by Xlibris and Amazon.

Hendry makes her London debut at Crazy Coqs, performing with internationally recognised Doug Sides and his quartet, for a musical journey through some of the greatest hits of the Bond franchise.

Should you wish to enjoy dinner or a light bite to eat before or after the show, Brasserie Zédel is conveniently located just across the foyer from Crazy Coqs.

Gloria Hendry at Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles
Gloria Hendry at Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, February 2018. Photo by Anders Frejdh.

Purchase a ticket for Gloria's jazz tribute to the James Bond songs in London.

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