Pre-Halloween gig at Caister for The Uninvited
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Local rock/pop band The Uninvited will play a special live pre Halloween show on Sunday, October 30 at the Kings Arms, Caister. This follows the band’s successful performance at the venue in July.
The band play classic and modern music from the Sixties to now, embracing rock, pop, country rock, and R& B.
The band’s line up is: Nicky Rushton – lead vocals and acoustic guitar (ex Thieving Gypsies and Sliver); Sue McNeil – harmony and backing vocals (ex Thieving Gypsies and The Disciples); John Dallimore – lead guitar and backing vocals (ex Bazooka Joe); Tim Chettleburgh – bass and vocals (ex The Glamtastics); and Kevin Hunt – drums (ex Runestaff, Thieving Gypsies, and Sliver).
For the King’s Arms show, the band will play between 6pm and 8pm. Admission is free to the family friendly venue.
Drummer Kevin Hunt said: “We are really looking forward to this gig. When we played there back in July it was probably one of the hottest days of the year yet there were still plenty of people there who had a really good time.
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“It will be great to see familiar faces as well as some new ones who have yet to check the band out. Our aim is to have a great time and create a special pre Halloween atmosphere and hopefully inspire the audience to have a good time.”
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