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Live music with Camel Jam - Open Mic Night Winners

The Jolly Sailor Southsea in Southsea

Sunday 18th November 2018

6:30pm til 11:00pm (last entry 10:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Come and enjoy an evening of acoustic pop with local band and Open Mic night winners Camel Jam.


Live music with Camel Jam - Open Mic Night Winners on Sunday 18th November 2018

About Camel Jam
Camel jam is a trio made of three long time friends and musicians. They have worked together for years and have come together to provide acoustic pop for your entertainment!

After working with each other at Charthouse Music, the three quickly found that they connected and really enjoyed playing music with each other! Camal Jam is Alix Robson, a singer/songwriter and business owner, Jamie Hiron, an up and coning artist, and Cameron Soper, a session musician. They decided to form the band after working together and realising they had a musical connection between the three of them.

They're shared love of acoustic pop covers is what they bring to the stage in their performances, along with a few originals written and arranged by themselves.

Songs Include:
Domino - Jessie J
Nothing Holding Me Back - Shawn Mendes
Learn To Love - Jamie Hiron (Original)
Supermarket Flowers - Ed Sheeran
Stone Cold - Demi Lovato
A Million Dreams - The Greatest Showman

2 for 1 Sunday with food served 12pm to 6pm (must pre-book by Saturday). Call 02392 295 195.

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Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): Free Entry (Additional fees may apply)

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