One Man, Two Guvnors, Four Musicians: How a Group of American Rockers Learned to Be Convincingly British
Grant Olding knows how to bow, and he’s willing to teach Americans. Over the past three weeks, the British composer of the West End smash One Man, Two Guvnors has been transforming a quartet of American youngsters into the Craze, a British rock group circa 1963. He has tailored their accents, poured them into purple suits and taught them that quick, self-effacing bow best known from YouTube clips of the Beatles at Shea Stadium.
As he explained last week, during a break from rehearsal, “It’s a very specific bow.” Read More