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Paul Shepherd + Special Guests @ The Grafton Arms

Paul Shepherd + Special Guests @ The Grafton Arms

Event Time Thu 11th Apr at 7:30pm-Thu 11th Apr at 11:00pm
Event Location Grafton Arms, Manchester
Event Price £5 + Booking fee (see below)
Last Entry Time
Last entry time: 10pm
Age Restrictions
Age restrictions: 18+
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Paul Shepherd
Beth Hardaker
Sore Winner
michael webster

Paul Shepherd + Special Guests @ The Grafton Arms

Bread Records presents:

Paul Shepherd + Special Guests @ The Grafton Arms

Featuring music from:

Paul Shepherd, Beth Hardaker, Sore Winner + michael webster

Doors: 7:30pm

18+ only


Shep is a 24-year-old acoustic singer/songwriter born and raised in The Lake District currently based in Manchester. Beginning in the local pub circuit, Shep has performed all across the country and established himself as a live act not to be missed. "Hearing Is Believing", the debut EP, was released in April 2020 amidst COVID-19 lockdowns and an uncertain future. "Time & Time Again", the new single, is out on April 12th 2024.


Sore Winner is a Manchester-based DIY musician inspired by 90s Alt Rock and Shoegaze, which is balanced out with the more melodic sounds of Indie Folk.


Music college drop-out, Beth Hardaker has been messing about with songs since she was a kid. A self-taught bedroom producer, she’s played in a variety of venues from tents to shop windows. After falling in love with Manchester she has decided to give the neighbours a break by performing live at the Grafton.


A familiar face for many on the Manchester scene, michael webster’s songs are instantly recognisable by many across the region. Michael’s unique guitar-playing style, introspective lyricism, and his distinctly Northern-accented storytelling has gained him praise from his fans and peers, being compared to songwriters such as Courtney Barnett, Neil Young, Nirvana, and he has even been referred to as the “Lancastrian Bob Dylan” in the past. His unfaltering approach to writing is unapologetic, raw and personal. His individuality and identity make him a unique and essential part of the Manchester scene.





Venue

Grafton Arms
27 Grafton St, Manchester M13 9WU, UK