JCB duo play gig in home town.
CHART-TOPPING folk heroes Nizlopi are to play in their hometown to promote a new album.
Luke Concannon and John James
John James (c 1673- 15 May 1746) was an architect particularly associated with Twickenham in west London, where he rebuilt St. Mary's Church and built the house for Hon. Parker will perform their distinctive blend of folk and hiphop at Head Records, in the Royal Priors shopping centre, Leamington, on Monday at 4pm.
The appearance coincides with the release of their latest collection of songs, Make It Happen.
The Leamington lads, who scooped a Platinum Impala impala, species of antelope, Aepyceros melampus, closely related to the gazelle and found in the savannah and bush country of E and S Africa. It is the antelope most commonly depicted in illustrations and in motion pictures. Award after they shot to number one with JCB JCB
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Fans will also have a chance to buy tickets for the group's gig at the Glee Club, in Birmingham, on Wednesday, April 23.
The cost includes transport to and from the gig, but places are limited.
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