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1950s to Latin guitar - wide range of ear candy on offer at Sharrington’s live music night

PUBLISHED: 15:16 12 May 2018 | UPDATED: 15:16 12 May 2018

Andy Cleveland will be among the acts at the Sharrington Village Hall Live Music Night. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS

Andy Cleveland will be among the acts at the Sharrington Village Hall Live Music Night. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS

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Tunes from the 1950s and the Latin scene will be part of a live music night at Sharrington Village Hall.

Andy Cleveland will be among the acts at the Sharrington Village Hall Live Music Night. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS Andy Cleveland will be among the acts at the Sharrington Village Hall Live Music Night. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS

The free entry event will feature three different acts on Wednesday, May 30, from 7.30pm.

North Norfolk-based band The Lighters will be there playing covers of pop and rock hits from the 1950s onwards, along with peppering of county and folk songs.

Andy Cleveland, a guitarist from Wells-next-the-Sea, will be playing some solo Latin-American guitar pieces by such composers as Pernambuco, Dilermando Reis, L Almeida, Barrios and others.

And Hamish Barker will round out the programme with an display of drumming and an array of Classic American Songbook standards accompanied by his guitar.

The Lighters will be among the acts at the Sharrington Village Hall Live Music Night. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS The Lighters will be among the acts at the Sharrington Village Hall Live Music Night. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS

For more information, and dates of other live music nights at the hall, visit the website at www.sharrington.org.uk.

























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