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Pop-up music shop in Diss set to stay open for another two months




A pop-up music shop in Diss set to stay open for another two months

Squeezy does it: Pete Cunningham at his pop-up shop in Diss with a selection of some of his more rare instruments.
Squeezy does it: Pete Cunningham at his pop-up shop in Diss with a selection of some of his more rare instruments.

Singer and musician Pete Cunningham opened his store PJ Music on Mere Street at the end of November, originally just for a month, in the run-up to Christmas.

But Mr Cunningham, who usually runs his business via a website at home, said this week: "Business has been ok and so thanks to popular demand, I am looking at staying open another two months, until March.

"People have said how great it is to have a music shop in Diss and many just come to browse as I also have many unusual instruments including harps, melodeons, accordions, ukuleles, whistles, flutes, fiddles and bodhrans and even a hammered dulcimer."

* Ahammered dulcimer is a percussion-stringed instrument which consists of strings typically stretched over a trapezoidal resonant sound board.



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