UPDATE: Change of lineup this Friday as Paul Dunbar saves the day
Unfortunately singer-songwriter Karen Turley is unable to make it to the View Two Gallery this coming Friday 27th January 2017 for her EP launch due to a family bereavement. Everyone at Liverpool Acoustic sends Karen our deepest condolences and a virtual hug from across the Irish Sea. Karen’s EP launch has been rescheduled for Friday 24th March and tickets will be available very soon.
We’re delighted to let you know that Paul Dunbar has saved the day by agreeing to step into the headline slot this coming Friday 27th January at the View Two Gallery. Paul is well known across the UK both as a solo performer and with his Black Winter Band. However, despite it being winter at the moment, Paul has given his band the cold shoulder (see what we did there?) so we’ll have him all to ourselves!
Also helping us out at short notice is singer-songwriter and keyboardist extraordinaire Nicola Hardman who’ll be joining rootsy, rock ‘n’ roll, swampy blues trio Acadian Driftwood, and Liverpool Acoustic Open Mic co-host David Neville King.
So come along to the View Two Gallery and get four top-class performances for the price of three!
Event: Liverpool Acoustic Live PAUL DUNBAR (solo) with Acadian Driftwood, Nicola Hardman, David Neville King
Date: Friday 26th January 2017
Times: 7.30pm doors, 8.00pm start
Venue: View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street, Liverpool L2 6RE
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