THE PUNT SESSIONS: NICK MULVEY
TabTV starts the new year with a beautiful song from the much talented Nick Mulvey.
Nick Mulvey was passing through his home town of Cambridge last week, touring with Laura Marling, and we got the chance to hear his fantastic song ‘Aisla Craig’.
Mulvey is performing at the Emmanuel United Reformed Church on November 15th. You can contact the venue for tickets.
Filmed by Hunter Allen and Agatha Stern
Edited by Hunter Allen
With thanks to Will Flinn at Granta Punts
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