Date: Friday 3rd November 2017
Celebrated guitarist Chris Poole brings fiery, soulful and passionate guitar virtuosity to a show that will leave you wanting more.
Heavily inspired by the likes of Eric Clapton, Doyle Bramhall II and Joe Bonamassa, this 22 year-old newcomer to the blues-rock scene will inspire and capture any audience with a powerful show featuring blues, rock, instrumental improvisations, original material and classic, hard-hitting covers.
With two Hall for Cornwall performances, a widely successful debut album 'Man in the Wilderness' and a rapidly-increasing following from all corners of the globe, Chris Poole will bring you an unforgettable night.
You can expect to see a lot more of local guitarist Chris Poole!
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