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The film Searching For Sugar Man, now available on DVD and just nominated for Best Documentary at the 2013 BAFTA’s , celebrates his extraordinary body of legendary songwriting. Eventim is the place to look for Rodriguez tickets and tour dates.
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About this Artist
It seems it generally takes the world around forty years to find out about and recognise some long-neglected Detroit musical legends.In 2003 this happened when the film called 'Standing In The Shadows Of Motown' introduced the world to the Funk Brothers. Never heard of them? Well, this esteemed group of the finest Detroit session musicians of the d...
"An uplifting documentary showcasing a rare musical talent…a must-see for music fans"
“I’m still reeling from the jaw dropping Sixto Rodriguez biopic Searching for Sugar Man.”
“Sugar Man is wonderful, as unusual and heartwarming a tale as you’ll see all year.”
Rodriguezstars, from 2 Fan reports
London - Hammersmith Apollo
Finding Sugarman from HalzN, 25/06/13Having grown-up listening to Rodriguez I was overjoyed when I found out that he would be performing in London and I could not miss the opportunity to see the Legend live. At the age of 70 hes in pretty good form despite his eye-sight. His voice still sounds as good as it did when he recorded his initial albums. It was obvious when he was on stage that he was doing what he loves and he was enjoying every minute of it. I am delighted to have seen him performing live!
London - Hammersmith Apollo
Found Sugerman! from HarryM, 12/06/13After receiving the Searching for Sugarman DVD as a birthday present and loving the music of Rodriguez, I was delighted to find him playing at the Hammersmith Apollo. The audience seemed to be almost exclusively from South Africa (surprise, surprise!) but I hope the Brits start to recognize him and appreciate his music. The concert was fairly short but his original songs were great, not to sure about his romantic covers though - presumably from his gigs when he was playing hooker bars and motorcycle funerals back in the 70s and 80s. His voice held up pretty well for a man of 70, but he seemed to have a bit of a turn at the end and was helped off stage. I hope he was well enough to perform the following evening ... and the rest of the summer schedule.