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‘Prince Charles is more socialist than the Labour party’: an interview with Nigel Kennedy

Nigel Kennedy on government, Grealish and ganja

4 December 2021

9:00 AM

4 December 2021

9:00 AM

‘If I needed a guide to go up a mountain, I’d choose someone who knew the way,’ says Nigel Kennedy. ‘So if someone is telling me what to do, they’d better know a little bit more than me.’

In September, Kennedy’s Jimi Hendrix tribute at the Royal Albert Hall was cancelled after organisers Classic FM deemed it ‘unsuitable for our audience’.

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