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This Thursday, 21st March, sees the return of the immensely talented Jason Huxley. Jason performs an extensive catalogue of songs and is always open to requests from the audience. 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!

For those of you who attended the one day charity Murfjam event held at The Lord Combermere last October,

you may recall Jason from his crowd pleasing outdoor session performing encore a many!! For those of you who didn't see and hear not miss out on this opportunity to enjoy such outstanding free live music in this wonderful village of ours!

We hope you can make it and look forward to welcoming you this coming Thursday where Jason will be performing from 9:00ish.

Thursday night free live music sessions at The Lord Combermere continue throughout the year, please check our posters, notice boards and AudlemOnline for upcoming events.

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