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Joss Stone heading home for intimate gig

Joss Stone on a visit to Dover back in 2005.
Joss Stone on a visit to Dover back in 2005.

Kent-born singer Joss Stone is returning to her roots and giving an intimate concert in Dover Town Hall.

Tickets are go on sale from Thursday (February 26) for the event which is planned for Wednesday evening. The next night she is giving another concert at Castle Community College in Deal.

"I’ve decided to play some shows at home – come along, we’ll have a laugh," said Joss, who was born at Buckland Hospital and attended Brambley Hedge Children's Centre and St Mary’s Primary School.

The family lived in Albert Road before moving from Dover to Devon when she was eight.

She shot to fame after being featured on the television talent show Junior Star For The Night when she was 14.

Joss spends much of her time in America although she visits Dover from time to time to see her grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Joss says she will be singing some of her new songs from the album Colour Me Free, which is yet to be released, as well as some favourites from previous albums.

• Cost of tickets is £15. They are available on www.jossstone.co.uk, www.seetickets.com, www.ticketweb.co.uk or The Soundhouse, High Street, Deal, phone 01304 381134.

• Hear an exclusive interview with Joss on Benedict Smith’s show on kmfm on Saturday at 10.30am.

• For more news from Dover and Deal visit eastkentmercury.co.uk >>>

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