Blair and Natalie - Acoustic Band - Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber

Blair and Natalie - Acoustic Band | Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber
Performs: Worldwide
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Blair and Natalie is a young acoustic cover duo from West Yorkshire. Covering various alternative rock songs from the 60s,70s,80s,90,2000's.
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The duo act consists as Natalie on vocals and Blair on guitar. This act consists of various hits throughout the decade. You will expect hits from the likes of Cher, Jefferson Airplane, Blondie, Amy Whinehouse, Alanis Morisette, Sheryl Crow, Florence and the machine. Both are in their early 20's from Yorkshire looking to travel and do what they do music!

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Natalie and Blair both have previous experience performing around the Country (UK) in original bands. Pop/Punk/Rock/Country.

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