Gig highlights (Mon 27 Sep-Sun 3 Oct)

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While fashionistas strut their six-inch stilettos down the Champs-Elysées the less porcelain-faced among us still have our dance cards to fill. Luckily, Paris is the city that keeps on giving. Inevitably, some of the city’s Fashion Week starlets will find the time for photo-ops at Brandon Flowers solo show at Le Trabendo on Wed, The Police’s sell-out Bercy gig the following night, and maybe even Calvin Harris’ set at the Social Club on Fri. But, there is plenty they will be missing out on if they do. The Morning Benders will be crooning at a sold-out Nouveau Casino, but if you can’t get your hands on a ticket don’t fear, L’International holds the answer: Australian and 1920s throwback CW Stoneking will be jangling through his second album, Jungle Blues, after receiving critical acclaim and the endorsement of Seasick Steve during his UK  tour. Those in need of a singer-songwriter fix can look no further than Syd Matters whose Rufus Wainwright tinged vocals are sure to illuminate the Espace Michel Berger on Fri night. Or for something completely different there is always the Vienna Vegetable Orchestra, who are sure to whet the appetite of even the most anorexic of models. (MT)

Tue 28 Sep
Pink Turtle, L’Europeen

Wed 29 Sep
The Morning Benders, Nouveau Casino
CW Stoneking, L’International
Brandon Flowers, Le Trabendo

Thu 30 Sep
Shannon Wright, Point Éphémère
Sting and the Police, Bercy

Fri 1 Oct
Syd Matters, Espace Michel Berger
Imaad Wasif, Glazart
Calvin Harris, Social Club
Dillinger Escape Plan, Le Trabendo

Sat 2 Oct
Vienna Vegetable Orchestra, La Dynamo

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