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Moyse’s Hall Museum is pleased to welcome Ady Johnson to its 12th Century Undercroft.
Suffolk born singer-songwriter / antique furniture restorer Ady Johnson, had his guitar playing career threatened, after severing two tendons in a finger with a chisel - thankfully he made a full recovery. Ady delivers his unique and timeless songs, with heartfelt tenderness, Waitsian growls and masterful acoustic guitar chops. Americana UK summed up Ady’s style in a review of his debut album as “an ebullient, life affirming collection with a touch of kitchen-sink romanticism worthy of Ray Davies and a bluesy sound filtered through the uniquely English lens of skiffle”. Ady's Albums and EP have also received critical praise from RnR, Acoustic Magazine and Blues Matters among others. Regular gigs and touring in the UK and Europe have included three support tours with Ivor Novello Award-winning Scott Matthews. "One of the UK’s most inventive songwriters" - Stephen Foster, BBC Radio Suffolk Starts: 7.30pm Tickets: £12 Venue: Moyse's Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds This event is promoted by Bury Festival.
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