A LINCOLNSHIRE lad who has supported popular artists such as Ed Sheeran, Dave McPherson and more will be performing in Hubberts Bridge on Friday.
Elliott Morris, a 22-year-old singer-songwriter will be performing at the Wheatsheaf from 9pm.
He began playing electric guitar when he was 11, but launched his solo set at 17.
He has supported Erik Mongrain, Andy McKee and Frank Turner and gigs regularly with Dave McPherson (InMe) and Ed Sheeran.
Tours have included sets at Lexapalooza, SO Festival, Y Not and Summer Sundae.
He has released four solo EPs and his airplay includes sessions on BBC Introducing’s The Beat, and Tom Robinson’s 6 Music show Fresh on the Net.
Spend Some Time by Dancing Lotus and Elliott hit number 1 on the iTunes singer/songwriter chart and joint release, Silver and Blue, reached number 18.
His fourth solo EP Something Like This reached 11 on iTunes.
Entry is free.
Details: visit www.elliottmorris.co.uk.