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Interview with Wendy Christian.
|title||Interview with Wendy Christian.|
|description||30 minute and 42 second interview with Wendy Christian in which she recalls her visits to LUCA in the late 1970s-1980s, she describes the venue and the different events held there. Wendy talks about the music scene in Leicester at that time and mentions the Spectrum club, Freewheelers, Adam and Eve, and the Palais. Wendy also recalls her singing career and the homegrown, vibrant music scene in Leicester in the 1970s and 1980s.|
|place||Leicester -- Rutland Street;|
|contributors||Christian, Wendy; Barnes, Amy;|
|themes||Cultural life; Music;|
|Digitisation note||Interview recorded for the Affective Digital Histories Project by Colin Hyde at LCB Depot on 11th March, 2015.|
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|Modified||Wed, 05 Aug 2015 11:52|