Award winning guitarist to perform in Norwich

Martyn Hoseph will be performing at The Assembly House. Picture: Shiyin Gu

Martyn Hoseph will be performing at The Assembly House. Picture: Shiyin Gu - Credit: Archant

An award winning guitarist will be making an appearance in Norwich.

Acoustic guitarist Martyn Joseph will be playing at The Assembly House as part of his Winter UK tour.

The musician will be performing on Sunday, November 4. Mr Joseph has been compared to Bruce Springsteen but he has been able to create his own style of the soul genre.

Social justice is present throughout his music, his song 'There's Always Maybe' won the best folk song category in the 2012 World Independent Music Awards and BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris said that 'Martyn is one of our most intelligent writers. He gets better and better like the finest of wines'.

He has performed around the world including the USA, Canada and Europe and toured with Art Garfunkel, Jools Holland, Suzanne Vega, Mike and The Mechanics and Joan Armatrading.

Tickets are £17 and available online from ticketsource.co.uk


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