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Unit 6 Dales Brewery, Gwydir St
Cambridge, England, CB1
United Kingdom

(01223)359966

Hot Numbers is a high quality, independent gourmet coffee-house and roastery in Gwydir St, Cambridge. Providing delicious hand roasted coffee, speciality tea and light bites, to include pastries baked on site plus home-made cakes and paninis. We even stock Fitzbillies famous chelsea buns & cakes!

A hub for interesting folk to meet and chat accompanied by great jazz and blues music. Call in and enjoy the wonderful space of Dales Brewery. A true find for any discerning coffee enthusiast.

 

Nobodaddy 19:30 - 22:00

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Nobodaddy 19:30 - 22:00

Nobodaddy unites the talents of Adam Clark and Mike Wordingham. Both accomplished songwriters and musicians in their own right, the sum is greater still. Having been friends since meeting aged 7, they have built their musical lives together, honing their harmonies and chasing the perfect song.

Before forming Nobodaddy they wrote and recorded with a range of artists including Mobo nominated singer Zara McFarlane, Greek pop diva Apostolina May, and indie outfit Ego.

Since releasing their debut album ‘There must be less to life than this’ in 2007, Nobodaddy have written and released the album ‘My Confession’ with Irish chanteuse Niamh Cavlan, appeared on BBC TV and Radio, supported Scottish Bluegrass luminaries the Southern Folk Tenant Union, and continued to hone their songwriting craft and live act at folk clubs, bars and festivals across the UK.

With echoes of country and folk, though not squarely in any tradition, Nobodaddy combine a respectful eye on the craft of the song with a keen ear for melody, wry lyrics, sweet harmonies and a love of a good yarn. Their second album ‘Longing for Flight’ was released in February 2014.

“Duo strike gold with acoustic guitars, voices and articulate songcraft”

Maverick Magazine

“Owe an heritage to the likes of the Everlys and Simon & Garfunkel, but a harder, more

contemporary edge” Fatea Magazine

Vocal harmonies that hit you like a pin dropping in a silent room...stark and plaintive guitars

trickle like hot butter under some hardhitting

lyrics.” Ninehertz