By Allan & Jo Brown - 20th November 2012 7:02am
The Thursday Night Live Music programme for the rest of 2012 is:
22nd November — Joe Jennings
Joe returns with his unique blend of classic rock, pop & indie and an extensive set list including The Beatles & Rolling Stones through to The Killers and Kings of Leon…..A first Class entertainer
29th November — Jason Huxley
Jason performs an extensive catalogue of songs. Using an impressive loop sampler to create a multiple guitar sound, giving the impression of many musicians playing, Jason plays The Beatles to Prince to The Killers!
6th December — Beth Prior
Acoustic, alternative and lyrical, Beth describes herself as a full time musician, writer and community artist, dreadlock stylist and alright cook……..cherishes the old and embraces the new!
13th December — Jack Marshall
Foot stomping beats and powerful & poignant melodies. A captivating mixture of folk, blues and gypsy covers as well as truly original originals.
20th December – John Gunstone & Jim Kirkpatrick
Two of south Cheshire’s most distinguished musicians play together again for the good people of Audlem….and beyond. A great night of entertainment guaranteed.
Merry Christmas to you all – music nights will return in 2013
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