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Gordon Giltrap moved swiftly through his obsession with the guitar after his gift of a plastic ukulele with a picture of Elvis on the headstock given to him aged 9. Working through teach yourself manuals, Gordon unwittingly taught himself a hybrid technique of plectrum and little finger, but in doing so, created the individual sound that is still his trademark.
In the late Seventies, Gordon enjoyed a brief spell as a pop star, with a hit album Perilous Journey and two hit singles 'Heartsong' and 'Fear of the Dark'. 'Heartsong' was nominated for an Ivor Novello award, and is fondly remembered as the theme tune to the BBC's Holiday programme.
Over the years, Gordon has worked with an amazingly broad range of artists, from rock musicians such as Brian May, Rick Wakeman and Midge Ure to the jazz virtuoso Martin Taylor, the classical guitarist Raymond Burley and the London Symphony Orchestra.
An evening with Gordon Giltrap is not just about the music, as each piece has a fund of stories to go with it, executed with Gordonís distinctive wit.