These two seem to have been around for ever and one might have expected a certain waning of their skills after decades of playing together. Not a it of it. Both sounded in terrific form and the set was mesmerising. The highlights: Following a few uptempo numbers, Doherty opened with a gorgeous extended solo piano version of the Gershwin song, Someone to Watch Over Me before Stewart on guitar took it over. Doherty's skill in improvising on a set of audience choices was extraordinary -moving effortlessly and seemlessly through a song selection including In a Sentimental Mood, Honeysuckle Rose, Singing in the Rain- just some of the titles I recognised.
Not prolific recording artists, they have recorded a CD called Tunes and very good and pleasant it is too.
I was too late to hear the first set by local guitar duo led by Dylan Bible and I was sorry to miss them as the word was they were very impressive.