Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 09:01 17 March 2017

Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech

Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech

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Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis will perform “everything from country music to big orchestral ballads” during a free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech next month.

Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech 
Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech

“Joshua regularly appears on local radio stations and has made several records for charity,” say promoters.

“The highlights of his career so far have been performing at KingsStock Music Festival in 2015, and performing at Strawberry Fair last year for the first time.

Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech 
Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech

“Expect to hear songs from Joshua’s new album, ‘Almost Alone’, which was released in July.”

The concert, which is part of the venue’s monthly After Hours Live series, will take place on Friday April 7.

Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech 
Rock ‘n’ roll, folk and blues musician Joshua Francis to perform free concert at Octavia’s Cafe in Wisbech

For more information visit www.afterhourslive.org.uk

Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 7.30pm.

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