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PUBLISHED: 18:42 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:33 30 June 2010

Top UK blues three piece Second Hand Blues will be returning to The Mariners in Great Yarmouth on Saturday from 9pm. The band has been adding loads of new songs to their set over the winter months including Bullfrog Blues, Palace of the King, Bad to the Bone and many more.

Top UK blues three piece Second Hand Blues will be returning to The Mariners in Great Yarmouth on Saturday from 9pm. The band has been adding loads of new songs to their set over the winter months including Bullfrog Blues, Palace of the King, Bad to the Bone and many more. If you are a fan of up tempo blues make your way to The Mariners this Saturday.

Acoustic rock 'n' roll band The Revolves are at Tramway in Gorleston on Saturday night playing 50s and 60s hits by artists like The Beatles, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Eddie Cochran, Rolling Stones, Little Richard and Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Progessive metal band Mastema will be playing at the Belle Vue pub in Gorleston on Saturday when they will be supported by the band Silver Strand. The gig will start at 9pm.

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