Return of the Space Cowboy to Spain

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Return of the Space Cowboy to Spain

ON the Costa del Sol he has long been known – quite rightly – as the ‘Prat with the Hat’ after he cancelled a concert six years ago leaving thousands of fans disappointed.

But now Space Cowboy superstar Jamiroquai has returned to make amends by playing a secret gig at Malaga’s Auditorio Municipal last week.

Compensating the thousands of fans who lost out in 2005 when promoters Seabreeze failed to stump up his fee, he gave a two hour show promoting his new album Rock Dust Light Star.

Known for hit singles such as Virtual Insanity and Space Cowboy the group dazzled fans with their unique sound which mixes funk, acid jazz and rock.

The previous day the band played in Barcelona despite rumours that Jay Kay was suffering from a hernia.

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  1. think that the blame was that of the promotor Seabreeze… not the artist.. as he was in town ready to do the show…. see News

    Marbella gig cancelled

    Added on Friday 05 August 2005, 17:34 (BST)

    A news item has been added to the official site regarding the concert tomorrow night in Marbella (near Mijas), Spain. Jamiroquai Show in Marbella 6/8/05 cancelled by promoters Promoters of Jamiroquai’s scheduled show tomorrow night (6.8.05) in Marbella have today announced that they are unable to pay the costs of putting on the show. Jamiroquai, who along with their crew, trucks and equipment have been in town for two days, were ready willing and able to play tomorrow night’s concert and were extremely disappointed to be told the news. They send apologies out to fans who were expecting to see the show tomorrow, which has now been cancelled. The promoters of the show, who have also cancelled several other scheduled shows with other artists through the remainder of the summer, were unable to fund the costs associated with putting on the show – including power, security, staging, policing and first aid.

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