Acoustic night in Stevenage
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AN ACOUSTIC music night will be showcased in Stevenage next weekend.
Live and Unplugged at The Practice Roomz promises a rare acoustic set from a local favourite, a performance from “Adele’s little sister”, and some new previously unheard material.
Alice Amelia, who is a pianist and singer who uses all her own material, headlines.
“With a voice similar to Adele”, according to Gecko manager Barry Exton, the young singer has already captivated audiences locally.
Funk rock band Gekko will kick everything off with a 45 minute set and Calm For The Restless are also looking to entertain crowds on the night.
The event will be held at the Practice Roomz on Pond Close Industrial Estate next Saturday.
It all starts at 8pm and, although soft drinks will be available, people can bring their own alcohol – within moderation.
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Tickest, which cost a fiver, are available through Kristian Laurence at the Practice Roomz at www.thepracticeroomz.com or email@example.com