ROCK band Raw Edge headline a charity music day in Filby on Sunday, August 30. The band is organising the fundraiser for The East Anglian Air Ambulance and Filby community centre.
ROCK band Raw Edge headline a charity music day in Filby on Sunday, August 30. The band is organising the fundraiser for The East Anglian Air Ambulance and Filby community centre. The event, at Filby playing field, features five live bands and family entertainment. Admission is adults �5, under-16s �1.
- Canine Feline will be playing Allens Bar in Great Yarmouth tonight from 9pm. The melodic rock band write their own material, with various influences from Pink to Papa Roach, Greenday to Melissa Etheridge. The band are Rebecca Nudd on lead vocals, James Dean on guitar and backing vocals, Arron Clark on bass, and Carl Blackett on drums. Carl has only been with the band for a month and Allens Bar will be his third gig with Canine Feline. For other information www.myspace.com/caninefeline.
- Acoustic rock n roll band The Revolves play The Anson Arms, Great Yarmouth Saturday night and Beachcomber Club Scratby, Monday. The trio, have a new drummer, Craig, formerly of The Gutterboys, and play 50s and 60s songs by The Beatles, Eddie Cochran, Carl Perkins, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry and Rolling Stones.
- Following a short break the popular rock and country band The Gutterboys return to the local music scene with a gig at the King William IV pub in Gorleston tomorrow night. The band will perform three sets which will include covers from the likes of Johnny Cash, Charlie Feathers, Hank Williams & Johnny Burnette, even some Hasil Adkins and Elvis. The gig kicks-off at 9.15pm.To find out more visit www.myspace.com/theegutterboys.
- This Sunday, August 16, sees the return of Wood and the Wire at the Albion pub in Gorleston. With a wide variety of musical styles on offer such as, jazz, rock, punk, and folk, songwriters, musicians, and poets are welcome to an enjoy a unique evening of entertainment. As always this acoustic showcase is totally unplugged, no electrification or amplification allowed.