Chatteris musician Christian readies debut album and announces release party

PUBLISHED: 11:15 01 April 2016 | UPDATED: 11:15 01 April 2016

Christian Smith and the Whistlers

Christian Smith and the Whistlers

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Chatteris singer-songwriter Christian Smith is releasing his first studio album, Midnight Calls, on Sunday April 10.

Release party at The Commemoration Hall in HuntingdonRelease party at The Commemoration Hall in Huntingdon

The musician will be holding a release party at The Commemoration Hall, Huntingdon on Saturday 9 from 7.30pm.

Christian has been performing locally for several years and was one of the organisers of Chatteris’ Party in the Park for the past two years

He will be accompanied by his newly formed band The Whistlers, consisting of Perrie Hudson (lead guitar), Josh Middleton (bass guitar) and Doug Smith (drums) who are all from Chatteris and March.

The band will also be playing at The O2 Academy, Islington on May 14 and touring in July playing shows in Sheffield, Nottingham, Liverpool, Manchester and Worcester before returning to Cambridge.

They will be supported at the release party by local musicians Tom Lumley, Oscar Cornly and Holly and The Boatmen.

Anyone interested in coming to the release show can purchase tickets, which cost £5, online from ticketsource.co.uk/date/FGFMIJ

Tickets will also be available to buy on the door.

The album, priced £8, will be available from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, and Bandcamp.

For more information about Christian Smith and The Whistlers, visit:

www.facebook.com/ChristianSmithandTheWhistlers


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