Audlem musicians at the Nantwich Jazz and Blues Festival (updated)

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This weeekend a selection of Audlem's musical talents will be helping to provide the entertainment at the Nantwich Jazz and Blues Festival. They include Pete Marshall, Ian Haughey, George and Jack Marshall appearing as Hollow Floor — they'll be at the Malbank Hotel on Saturday afternoon.

Jack is also appearing on Monday at 1.00 pm at the White Horse as part of the 'Chest Fest' which is a collaboration of music brought to you by South Cheshire College national diploma students. They will be performing a wide variety of original material coupled with an energetic live show. The musical styles vary from acoustic to hard rock.


It's also rumoured that John Gunstone is camping out in Nantwich given the number of appearances he's making during the Festival!


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