BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award nominee Sunjay Brayne is playing live at Headon Village Hall at the end of the month.
Nominated for the BBc award in 2012, this year saw him nominated in the Best Live Act and Best Folk Act categories at the Exposure Music Awards.
Born in Derby to Anglo-Indian parents, Sunjay began playing the guitar aged four after his dad introduced him to as much music as possible in the hope that he would develop a life-long passion.
Sunjay’s first musical love was Buddy Holly, closely followed by Don McLean, firmly rooting him with a blues and folk mix.
He has now developed these influences, and also drawn heavily from country and rock, into his own musical maturity.
His Headon concert is on Saturday, 28th June at 7pm.
For ticket information, call 01777 24808 or visit his website at www.sunjaybrayne.com