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The Grey Lady Music Lounge, Sunday 14th January 2018

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Headline Act: Lt. Leek

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Hailing from South-East England, Matt Pound & Lt.Leek are a six piece alt.country group. Lyrically bittersweet and melodically pure, the songs embrace both British and American Folk traditions in an understated and reserved fashion. Born out of times between jobs and women and places, Pound’s intensely personal song-writing focuses on the ups and downs of modern lives and loves. Emerging from a duo, the group has slowly been crafting a new sound from old notes.

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Caleb Howard-Almond

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Caleb is a singer-songwriter who cut his guitar strings on the mean streets of rural Kent, and now plays them out on the hilly streets of Brighton.

He spent many great years playing along side some brilliantly talented musicians and friends in a band called D-FiNiTiVE. 

And after going their separate ways, Caleb decided to try his hand at some solo work. Having built up a good collection of songs, he has been dazzling audiences up and down the the South East for a good few years now. With influences ranging from Coldplay to Nile Rodgers and many in-between, a real love of the 'Brit-Pop' scene and many old soul and funk records thrown in for good measure!

Occasionally Caleb is joined on stage by some friendly old faces of former bands, mixing in a few old "HITS" and new tracks to keep things interesting!

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The Frampton Sisters

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Freddie and Charlie Frampton, born, raised and home educated on the Orkney Isles, have always had a love for music.

From a young age they began performing with their parents in their family band and have continued on as a duo, developing their songs and performing around the country.

Charlie is now studying musical theatre at The Brit School, Freddie focuses her time on songwriting and they both play a large range of musical instruments.

In February 2018 they reached the final 10 of the BBC Young Folk Awards and were able to join other young musicians for a weekend in the Lake District.

They are currently in the process of recording their songs to produce their first album and hope to release that some time in the near future.

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