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Live acoustic Jazz, Blues and Folk music in ChCh

Chill-out to the sound of live acoustic Jazz, Blues and Folk music

Free Friday Lunchtime Concert, August 29th, 12.15 to 1.15pm, Cathedral Square.

This Friday lunchtime will see the arrival of international performer Little Chuck Little to Cathedral Square. This live performer of Classic Blues and Jazz as well as Folk music will be entertaining people with his unique acoustic sound over the lunch hour.

What sets Little Chuck Little apart from other performers is his self-penned material that reflects his trademark style that is best described, by the man himself, as "Frantic jazz blues skiffle mayhem".

Multi-talented Little Chuck Little is a guitarist, harmonica player, songwriter, vocalist and front man. Little Chuck Little has been the driving force behind many of acoustic music's favourite outfits from awesome 'Rum Gumbo' to the award winning 'Treatment' to his most recent trio project working alongside Blues vocal supreme Kelly Elliott and the highly acclaimed lead guitarist Paddy Kirkman.

Little Chuck Little prides himself on his unique live sound, offering a top act guaranteed to win over audiences whatever their musical tastes.

The Free Friday Lunchtime Concert series is proudly presented by Christchurch City Council Leisure.

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