Martin Harley and Sam Lewis Concert

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Martin Harley and Sam Lewis Concert
Friday March 31st at 8.00 pm

Live at Curry Mallet and Beercoombe Village Hall In association with TakeArt
This will be a rare and golden opportunity to see Martin Harley and Sam Lewis on the same bill. Martin Harley is a deeply important and astounding songwriter, playing popular blues and folk oriented guitar and vocals, famed for his exceptional lap slide guitar skills.
With his rich soulful vocals, well-crafted songs, roots country and blue-eyed soul Sam Lewis quickly established himself as Nashville's most talented tunesmiths. From Roy Orbison to Van Morrison to Willie Nelson, the influence of Ray Charles can be felt from the first note to the last beat.
Martin Harley & Sam Lewis in concert promises to be a spine chilling, feet wiggling, heart soaring evening from two of the finest music talents on the circuit.

Tickets cost £9 and are available On-line
By phone: 01823 481364 & In person: Curry Mallet Post Office and Stores

This event is promoted through TakeArt.
For more information about TakeArt events in Somerset visit the website.

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