Global musical hitchhikers

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Last time guitarist Will McNicol and drummer Luke Selby visited The Cellars at Eastney, their playing was described in our review as ‘extraordinary’, and ‘spellbinding.’

Last year Will was given the honour of being listed as part of Acoustic Guitar Magazine’s Worldwide 30 Best Acoustic Guitarists Under 30, whilst Luke secured an endorsement with world-renowned cymbal manufacturer Bosphorus Cymbals.

The pair have recorded an album together, Hitchhiker, which draws on influences from across the globe – from foot-stamping blues, to upbeat Brazilian dances, powerful folk-influenced tunes and African rhythms.

See them for yourself at The Cellars on Wednesday, doors open 7.30pm. Tickets £7. Go to thecellars.co.uk

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