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Country and blues trio to perform free concert

PUBLISHED: 12:15 14 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:15 14 February 2018

Little Big Mouth will be performing at The Stanford Arms. photo: Bee Bevis.

Little Big Mouth will be performing at The Stanford Arms. photo: Bee Bevis.

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A three-piece country and blues band will return to Lowestoft this weekend for a special free concert.

Little Big Mouth will be rocking out at The Stanford Arms, in Stanford Street, at 3pm on Sunday, February 18.

The band’s music encompasses a variety of styles, including country, jazz, blues and pop.

Known for their three-part vocal harmonies the band consists of Les Woodley on guitar and mandolin, Stephen Mynott on guitar and Jonny Baker on double bass.

A spokesman for Little Big Mouth said: “The band returns for another dose of intelligent and uplifting music to the friendly and relaxed atmosphere of The Standford Arms.”

Last year The Stanford Arms was named the best pub in East Anglia by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). It will find out later this month if has been crowned overall winner nationally.

For more information about Little Big Mouth visit the band’s Facebook page.

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