American Greg Trooper heading to Upper Sheringham acoustic music venue

A new acoustic music venue is set to stage its second event, hosting American singer songwriter Greg Trooper.

A sell-out first gig at the new Upper Sheringham Acoustic Caf� recently featured Texan Carrie Elkin.

This weekend it is the turn of New Jersey man Trooper to showcase his talents.

Over three decades he has pursued a career influenced by soul, folk and country with songs that critics in the United States hail for their insight, passion and which 'grab you by the throat.'

He is at Upper Sheringham Village Hall on Friday May 13 with doors open at 7.30pm. Tea, coffee and cake are on sale with proceeds towards new village sign - but the audience can bring their own alcohol.

Tickets are �7 on the door, �6 in advance through Sheringham Little Theatre's box office on 01263-822347.

Other gigs coming to the venue include the Carrivick Sisters on Saturday June 18.

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