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Sat, 17 Jun



Francis Dunnery Solo

The Gulley Flats Boys

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Francis Dunnery Solo
Francis Dunnery Solo

Time & Location

17 Jun 2023, 19:30

Oswestry, Chapel St, Oswestry SY11 1LF, UK

About the event

Rare chance to catch this wonderfully diverse and talented artist in an intimate show.

An evening of acoustic music, stories and laughter, with one aim. To send you home feeling a little bit better about the world.

Although impossible to pigeonhole, his work always reflects his deep  commitment to personal Freedom and Individuality. His style can be  jokingly brash and at times irreverent yet he’s also capable of singing  achingly beautiful music. Francis first hit the public stage back in the  eighties as lead vocalist and guitarist for the popular progressive  rock band ‘It Bites’  and enjoyed early chart success throughout Europe and Asia. He has  since enjoyed a diverse musical career spanning thirty five years.  During this time he has written, produced and performed music with some  of the most successful artists of his time, artists such as Led  Zeppelin’s singer Robert Plant, guitar legend Carlos Santana, Squeeze’s stalwart Chris Difford, Stone Roses’ front man Ian Brown, R&B superstar Lauren Hill, Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett as well as guesting with a host of bands and artists such as YesHootie and the Blowfish and played alongside musical legend Chris Squire in  The Syn. Francis is also an accomplished Rock Icon in his own right,  turning out more than ten engaging albums of original yet diverse  compositions as well as international solo chart hits in various  countries throughout the world.

Francis will be joined for this gig by Nigel Hopkins. Nigel  has played with the likes of Elvis Costello, Chris de Burgh, Deep  Purple, Mica Paris, Bonnie Tyler, Alfie Boe, Glenn Hughes and Bruce  Dickinson, Lulu, Jon Lord, The Blow Monkeys. And a list that just goes  on and on and on.

The pair will be performing 'The Gulley Flats Boys'  double album.


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    +£0.50 service fee
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