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The Virtual Merch Table

In these uncertain times we are compiling a Virtual Merch Table for local East Anglian based artists who are having gigs cancelled left, right & centre. Help support our performers by buying a CD, a T-Shirt or whatever takes your fancy. If you too are struggling then maybe just send them a quick message – we are all in this together.

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Christian Smith

Christian Smith is a singer-songwriter from Cambridge who takes influence from the likes of Brian Fallon, Dave Hause and Jason Isbell – writing in a way that fuses Americana music, with hard-hitting rock melodies. Crafting his musical career since 2011, Christian has played many venues and festivals across the UK and Europe including O2 Academy Islington, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and Alternative Fest Belgium, to name but a few.

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Clare Free

Considered by many to be the finest blues guitar songstress in the UK today,  with three internationally acclaimed albums, numerous international tours, international press coverage and airplay on stations all over the world there is good reason why Clare is so highly regarded.

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David Edward Booth

The Coronavirus COVID-19 has changed everything. None of us know how long for. What we do know is that, like many people, we self-employed musicians have lost most, and in some cases all of our means of earning a living for the foreseeable future.   So, we have to innovate, perform live-streamed gigs, release new songs, remotely-collaborate with artists we never usually have the time to work with and accept the kind support of those of you out there who love music and have a few spare coins.

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Dusky Sunday

Dusky Sunday is an indie-folk duo comprising of established musicians Fern Teather and Sam Thurlow. Drawing comparisons to Slow Club, Gabrielle Aplin, and Fleetwood Mac, Dusky Sunday stands out from similar bands and artists with their unique combination of catchy, lyrical songs played on acoustic guitar and hand-percussion – topped with Fern’s smooth yet powerful voice, and tailed with Sam’s bassy backing vocals.

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Honey & The Bear

British folk and roots duo, Honey & the Bear, combine delicately interweaving vocal harmonies with emotive and evocative songwriting. With a diverse range of sounds and textures, and rhythms that flow from the fast and furious to gentle ballads, their live performances are spirited and dynamic. Conjuring stories in song, they tell tales of Suffolk folklore, courage, passion and heartbreak.

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John Ward Band

Born and raised in Suffolk on the east coast of England, John’s musical life started in the early 1980s as a bass player. At the age of 14, John picked up a 6-string guitar and taught himself to play and by 15 he was writing songs, singing, gigging and trying to escape the routine of a 9 to 5 living

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Kev Walford

Americana singer/songwriter originally from Liverpool and now based in Suffolk, Kev has a new cd-“Americanarama” considered to be his best work yet. Check out his website available for downloading from 1st April 2020 from all major music sites. Kev is currently promoting his songs to major recording artistes in the U.K. and U.S.A.

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The Bloodshake Chorus

The 50’s & 60’s Horror Rock Show, Like the undead brain children of George A. Romero and Buddy Holly. Contact

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When Rivers Meet

Since launching onto the Blues scene with their debut record ‘The Uprising EP’ in April 2019 ‘When Rivers Meet’ have been going from strength to strength. The British husband and wife duo have an ever-growing online fan base and have gained the attention of The Blues Show (BBC Radio 2) as well as national blues publications including Blues Matters & Blues In Britain.