By Phil Miles - 11th September 2013 6:45am
Gunnery Live Lounge
Sunday 8th September saw the talented Heidi Browne entertain a gathering of diners and drinkers in the Live Lounge.
Accompanied by a very accomplished keyboard player, John Gunstone, Heidi performed a number of Norah Jones hits and other jazz influenced songs including several self-penned numbers from her Album Table 4 One, to rapturous applause.
Her haunting, charming, voice, was perfect for this small venue, crystal clear and confident. Her talents extend from playing guitar and flute, to whistling and imitating a non-existent trombone!
Come back soon
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