Worle singer supports Tinchy

PUBLISHED: 12:24 21 January 2011




A SINGER from Worle will take to the stage in her biggest gig yet – supporting Tinchy Stryder on the Grand Pier on January 28.

Nancy moved to the area about three years ago, but has been singing in bands since she was a teenager.

She is the youngest daughter of Quarrymen keyboard player John Duff and found out last week that she will take part in a 30 minute set, featuring pop and dance music at the rapper’s gig.

BBC Radio 1 Xtra’s Vis and Ace and Bristol-based hip hop artist K Ner Messy will also form part of the support on the night.

Tickets, priced £19.50, are available via www.grandpier.co.uk

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