Next week's guest night at Waveney Folk Club set to feature guitarist, singer and songwriter Sunjay Brayne
PUBLISHED: 15:05 29 August 2014 | UPDATED: 15:05 29 August 2014
Guitarist, singer and songwriter Sunjay Brayne (pictured) is set to perform at the Waveney Folk Club for the first time next week.
Sunjay, 20, will be appearing at Lowestoft’s Crown Street Hall venue from 8pm next Friday (September 5) as part of a nationwide 40-date tour to promote his third album.
Said to be reminiscent of early Ralph McTell, Sunjay clocked up more than 100 tour dates last year, supporting the likes of Martin Simpson, Passenger, and Terry Reid.
With two albums already to his name – Seems So Real and One Night Only – he has just recorded his third album, Sunjay, which is due to be released on September 29.
Sunjay said: “I’m thrilled to be hitting the road with the new album. I can’t wait to share it with everybody.”
Sunjay first picked up a guitar when he was just four years old and he has been nominated for a BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award.
■ Doors open at the Waveney Folk Club venue in Crown Street Hall at 7.40pm next Friday – and not as it appears in today’s Journal. Admission is £6. Use the rear entrance off Factory Street.
There is no bar but you can take along your own drinks.