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Breton influence for singer-songwriter

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: August 29, 2014

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THERE is a French feel to Marchington Music Club on Sunday when Dom Duff arrives at The Dog and Partridge (5pm).

The singer-and songwriter from Brittany, started solo in 2000, after being the driving force in the band Diwall. He spent his childhood in a coastal area by the Channel sea on the north-west coast of Brittany, close to Roscoff, and, like his parents, speaks the Breton language fluently. Crossing Breton influences with classic guitar licks, his new album, Babel Pow Wow, contains a repertoire of unusual songs inspired by or adopted from his native Breton culture, and celebrating 'global diversity'.

The gig starts at 5pm.

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