Cambridge Acoustic Nights - CB2 5/7 Norfolk St, Cambridge CB1 2LD
If you enjoy Acoustic Music on a Saturday night why not come to the CB2 basement and have a fabulous evening's entertainment? We run unplugged acoustic open stage events, two or three times a month.
Do you play or sing yourself?
If you'd like to play then entrance is free. But make sure you book a two-song slot beforehand - we are always full by the time the evening arrives! Click below to join our email list or find out more:
We sometimes also have a featured artist, but please do not contact us to request one of these - we offer featured slots to people who have come along to the open stage evenings.
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If you want to see some of the finest acoustic acts from both sides of the Atlantic in Cambridge then visit Acoustic Routes
January 24th Basement session with special guest Meghan Saletta
Meghan Saletta grew up in Chicago, and wrote her first song at age 16. She moved to Nashville in 2008 to pursue a career in music while obtaining a BA in Songwriting from Belmont University. Meghan has performed at numerous venues in Chicago and Nashville, including the Rutledge, the Commodore, Two Old Hippies, Uncommon Ground and the Elbo Room. Her debut EP, “Reminded” (2011) was followed by the singles “I’ll Love You” (2012) and “The Good The Bad The Ugly & You” (2013). She also delivered a speaking and singing tour called “Find Your Voice”, working with groups of teenage girls .
You can hear more from Meghan by visiting her Facebook page and/or website.
8.30pm Tickets £4.00 Book tickets
February 7th 2015 Open stage
Hunt is an Irish singer/songwriter from Sligo, now living in Cambridge.
His songs have a social conscience with each lyric carefully chosen for
both its dramatic and sometimes comic effect. His songs are clearly
influenced by Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Rory Gallagher and Leonard Cohen.
If you would like to book tickets please click on the open stage logo below.
8.30pm Tickets £3.00.
Tickets should also be available on the door.