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An up and coming local young talent is to perform live at The Lord Combermere this evening, Thursday, October 18th.

Joe Sterling hails from Shropshire and is an accomplished singer, songwriter and musician in the pop/rock genre. Joe has been gigging for a few years across the country performing both covers and original material.

Joe is also accomplished in the field of musical theatre performing in major productions in London and touring the nation. He is young, talented and definitely going places and we look forward to having him play for us.

Check out Joe's music by clicking on the link below the photo.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday and thank all of our music followers for supporting free live music in pubs......yes free, no tickets required!

 

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