Little Big Mouth headline at Stanford Arms

PUBLISHED: 09:20 15 March 2017 | UPDATED: 09:20 15 March 2017

Little Big Mouth play at Lowestoft's Stanford Arms

Little Big Mouth play at Lowestoft's Stanford Arms

Little Big Mouth

Little Big Mouth headline at Syanford Arms

Exciting three piece band Little Big Mouth return to perform in Lowestoft on Sunday at the Stanford Arms in Stanford Street – and admission is free.

Band Little Big Mouth features the driving bass, hot licks and three-part vocal harmonies that make-up their singular sound.

Ninety-five per cent of the band’s repertoire is sparky, original songs by Les Woodley, written over 20 years of travelling around the UK, Ireland, Europe and Canada. The genre reflects country, jazz, blues and pop while never settling in one style.

The band returns for another dose of intelligent and uplifting music to the friendly and relaxed atmosphere of the Stanford Arms, which was recently voted runner-up as CAMRA UK pub of the year 2016 and a venue that has changed the local music scene.

The Little Big Mouth line-up features Les Woodley (vocals/guitar), Stephen Mynott (guitar/vocals) and Jonny Baker (double bass/vocals).The performance starts at 3pm.

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