It is so wonderful that we have support of people from all ages and backgrounds in raising awareness and money for the Brain Tumour Research #WearAHatDay event. We are really pleased to announce that Steph Beswick will be providing us with entertainment for the evening of Thursday 29th March 2018 at the Full Moon Inn – Morton, Nottinghamshire.

Steph is a musician with Sassy, soulful vocals. She will be playing her acoustic guitar and delivering toe-tapping, sing along pop, country & R&B songs from the 90s, 00’s and now. Steph has regularly performed in bars, restaurants, weddings and corporate events for over 10 years. Her performance style is versatile and can be tailored to suit the nature of your event.

If you come in March and love her style, this talented lady’s intricate guitar playing and unique vocals can provide the perfect background music whilst guests are dining, signing the register at weddings and equally deliver upbeat dance floor fillers to get the party started. Duo or full band with piano, bass and percussion are also an avaliable option. As part of the show, Steph can provide recorded music in between performances using the best quality PA equipment.

Why not come and see for yourself and if you would like to contact Steph Beswick – visit her Facebook Page.

We got married in a church and wanted live music which would set the scene but not be too overbearing. After hearing Steph sing at other events we immediately knew she would be perfect. Steph sang our requested songs beautifully, setting a gorgeous romantic and uplifting atmosphere while we signed the register. Steph was flexible with our requests, great to communicate with and quickly responded to messages. She made everything so easy at a time when you’ve got so much to organise! I would highly recommend Steph for any event, she adds her own little bit of magic to your big day!

Mr & Mrs Walker

The Full Moon Inn - Venue for #WearAHatDay Fundraiser 2018

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