Queen Dillie

Dillie Keane is on the road without Fascinating Aïda. My review [£] in today’s Times:

Keane’s personality soon fills the auditorium. Rummaging through the unfailingly intelligent songs she has written with [Adèle] Anderson over the past three decades, she is every bit as raunchy as before, but there is a little more vulnerability on display. At 63, she has reached that stage in life where she is entitled to tackle My Way. Don’t worry, she doesn’t: her material is much more interesting than that.

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