Verse-atility Duo - Duo - London, London

Verse-atility Duo - Duo | London, London

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: London, London
Performs: Worldwide
From: Negotiable
A fantastic and versatile pair of musicians one a talented guitar/harmonica player and the other a pianist, both with top quality vocals and tight harmonies.
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As a Duo Verse-atility perform hits ranging from 50's Rock and Roll to present day hits with a variation in their instruments and always with stunning vocals. They can create an ambient atmosphere with their acoustic renditions and chilled out jazz/blues sounds but they will also get you to your feet with their uptempo party toe tappers.
Not just a Duo however, the pair also double up as two very different self contained acts. Stephen will impress crowds with his mellow mix of guitar/harmonica and soothing male vocals as he performs his folk and country sets. Adele is a classically trained v ...

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Currently employed as entertainment in one of Madeira's leading hotel chains, The Savoy Group, Funchal.

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