Live Music at The Gunnery Brasserie

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The Gunnery Brasserie in Tarvin have announced that it will be featuring Live Music on a regular basis three times a month.

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Following on from successful evenings in the past, there will be an Acoustic Live Lounge every other Wednesday, starting at 8.30p.m. featuring homegrown Cheshire artists. This will commence on Wednesday 3rd July with Matt G a rising star on the acoustic scene playing jam to Ed Sheeran.
17th July — Joe Forshaw is a new acoustic act playing all the classic gems!
31st July — Dave B is a classically trained guitarist who brings his own flavour to acoustic jams!

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There will also be an afternoon of Jazz, on every second Sunday of the month. Starting on Sunday 14th July, running from 3.00.p.m to 7.00.pm will be Famous Don the Fiddler and his jazz guitarist.
Reminders of these events will appear in the calendar nearer the time.

Full details appear on website.

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