A singer from Bungay has helped to mark 50 years since The Beatles’ first single by covering Twist and Shout.

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Caomhe, 18, was asked to record a cover for BBC Introducing as part of last week’s celebrations of five decades since the group released their first single Love Me Do.

She chose Twist and Shout and recorded it while in Nashville, Tennessee.

Earlier this year Caomhe was one of five acts hand-elected by BBC Introducing to enjoy a masterclass at the Abbey Road and Maida Vale studios in London.

Last September, the former Norwich School student, also went to Nashville, where she wrote songs with writer Billy Austin and played at the Bluebird Café, a famous acoustic music club.



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