How studying at the University of Cambridge influenced The Subways

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By adrian.peel@iliffemedia.co.uk (Adrian Peel) Welwyn Garden City, the Hertfordshire town situated about halfway between Cambridge and London, sounds appealing, but I’ve never actually been there. Someone who knows it very well is Billy Lunn, singer and guitarist with indie rockers The Subways, who rose to prominence after winning the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition in 2004 and performing on the festival’s Other Stage. “I was born in Welwyn Garden City and grew up there,” says Billy, 38, speaking to the Cambridge Independent from his girlfriend’s house in Manchester. “I lived in Hatfie…

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