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Lucy Spraggan and sibling-band The Dunwells perform at Manchester’s O2 Ritz

Manchester’s O2 Ritz was home to singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan this week, when she performed to a packed house alongside support from sibling duo acoustic band The Dunwells.

The Dunwells elegantly graced the stage with their chilled and down to earth acoustic rock music which was uplifting in places and prepared the crowd for the main act.

Lucy Spraggan took to the stage with huge delight from the sold out crowd.
She performed tracks off of her latest album ‘I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing’ And also went back to her roots with tracks such as ‘Lighthouse’ and ‘Mountains’, off of her debut album ‘Join The Club’.

Both tracks were great to hear and even more greatly appreciated from the crowd. They seemed very much like long fans of Lucy’s and appreciated the older tracks and welcomed in the new tracks from her new album which sound as good as they do on the album. She thanked the crowd and genuinely seemed very much at home on the stage and she was appreciative of the sold out Manchester crowd which was lovely to see.

Lucy Spraggan and sibling-band The Dunwells perform at Manchester’s O2 Ritz

Manchester’s O2 Ritz was home to singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan this week, when she performed to a packed house alongside support from sibling duo acoustic band The Dunwells.

The Dunwells elegantly graced the stage with their chilled and down to earth acoustic rock music which was uplifting in places and prepared the crowd for the main act.

Lucy Spraggan took to the stage with huge delight from the sold out crowd.
She performed tracks off of her latest album ‘I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing’ And also went back to her roots with tracks such as ‘Lighthouse’ and ‘Mountains’, off of her debut album ‘Join The Club’.

Both tracks were great to hear and even more greatly appreciated from the crowd. They seemed very much like long fans of Lucy’s and appreciated the older tracks and welcomed in the new tracks from her new album which sound as good as they do on the album. She thanked the crowd and genuinely seemed very much at home on the stage and she was appreciative of the sold out Manchester crowd which was lovely to see.

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