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The band is tight and the hype is growing!

Where: Café René, Southgate Street, Gloucester

When: Wednesday, July 3, and Friday, July 5

Andy Quick, a multi-faceted songwriter hailing from Plymouth, brings his band to Café René in Gloucester this Friday (July 5) for a gig.

Andy and his band create a cocktail of feelgood Funk, Roots, and wild Blues. Think soulful vocals, playful lyricism, and enormous choruses wrapped around big beats and throbbing bass. The band is tight and the hype is growing!

The gig starts at 11pm and entry is free before 11pm, £3 after.

If you can't wait till Friday to hear live music at Café Rene, pop along tomorrow (Wednesday) evening to hear Harry Houseago.

Music has been one of the primary forces in Harry's life for as long as he can remember. From growing up in the London live scene, playing original music from age 11, to venues such as the Hammersmith Apollo and the O2 Indigo, his journey and his music have taken him further than most.

Harry's gig kicks off at 9pm and entry is free.

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