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Jam House chance for undiscovered talent

UNDISCOVERED talent could get a chance to shine at a leading Birmingham venue.

UNDISCOVERED talent could get a chance to shine at a leading Birmingham venue.

That's the message from John Wynne, who has just taken over as manager of the city's Jam House - a 600-seater venue in St Paul's Square.

John used to sing in Las Vegas and will be using his experience to his new role.

He said: "I was delighted to join The Jam House as it has always been synonymous with quality live music and intimate gigs.

"However, having been in the music industry myself, I am only too aware of how much undiscovered talent is out there and I wanted to provide a platform for up and coming stars who were hugely talented but widely unheard of."

Among the acts set to appear at the Jam House are Tom Wardle, an amazing indie artist, who takes the stage on August 13, and Joanne Shaw Taylor, a phenomenal blues guitarist who performs on September 3.

To find out more visit www.thejamhouse.com.

 

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