The sun was shining on Wharf Green in Swindon on Saturday 30th July as 3 AMS Swindon students took to the stage at Swindon Chilli Fiesta 2016. Playing a mixture of covers and original material, Bradley Cowtan, Moesha Ottaway and Jordan Marvell entertained the ever-expanding crowd as they explored the firey offerings of the festival.

Congrats to all 3 students for their outstanding performances. Please check out Brad, Mo and Jordan’s music pages below and show them your support!

https://www.facebook.com/BradleyCowtanUK
https://www.facebook.com/groups/885972408146984/
https://www.facebook.com/JordanMarvellMusic

Special thanks go to Anthony and Rachael at inSwindon

(http://www.swindontowncentre.co.uk/inswindon) and Holmes Music (http://www.holmesmusic.co.uk) for providing sound and equipment.

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