Pirate Presents: Joe Hurworth

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Pirate Presents: Joe Hurworth

Published at 6:00pm 15th April 2020.

Every day we will be bringing you our Cornish musical recommendations that you can check out for a bit of lockdown listening.

Then each weekend we'll upload our playlist compilation featuring the best of the week.

As well as being featured on Pirate's social media and here on our Superblog, the bands will also get snippets of their songs played on air.

To feature, send us an email with a bio, a picture and links to your social media pages to ellie.hodgkinson@piratefm.co.uk



Joe Hurworth is a 24 year old acoustic soul singer/songwriter from Newquay, Cornwall. He plays catchy original music and a variety of different covers of soulful classics. ........

For the last six years Joe has been performing live at every possible music venue that would have him, learning his trade and enjoying every moment in the process. The live gigs have been a fantastic way for him to progress musically and have given him the chance to play music to thousands of people. Joe is extremely grateful for all of the positivity and encouragement that the many people have given him over the years and, as a result of this, Joe's had the incentive and belief in himself to write, record and release his own material.


Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Joehurworthmusic/

Instagram -@joehurworthmusic

Webpage - https://joehurworth.com

YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/MrJoehurworth


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