THE Rock and Roll GeeZers are going South, as far as Oulton Broad. The quintet is making its debut at The Lady of Lake in Oulton Broad tomight at 9.30pm.
THE Rock and Roll GeeZers are going South, as far as Oulton Broad. The quintet is making its debut at The Lady of Lake in Oulton Broad tomight at 9.30pm. The GeeZers has a steady growing fan base in East Anglia making them one of the East Coasts top Punk- Rock Bands. The GeeZers will take you on a musical journey for the the Mods and Rockers days of the 60s to the Glam 70s landing the time machine in 1977 at the height of the punk era. Spokesman Mike Howard said: “The Rock and Roll GeeZers are a really fun band to see, we have a lot of audience interaction which always goes down well and we are all likeable GeeZers.”
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Local rock band Voodoo Hand would like to apologies to all those who turned up at The Belle Vue Tavern in Gorleston last Saturday to see the band in action, the gig was cancelled as lead vocalist Jon and his wife had their first baby. The rest of the band would like to wish Jon, Babs and new baby Hayden all the best for their new family. ou can see the band at The Plough and Sail in Lowestoft tomorrow from 9pm.
Out of the Ashes return to Gorleston Social Club tonight and will be a Country and Country-Rock evening with the special guest appearance of ace guitarist Jase playing his B bender. The gig starts at 9pm.
Singer-guitarist Mike Cassidy is appearing at the Welcome in Lowestoft tonight at 9.30pm and at the Sea breeze, Lowestoft tomorrow at 8.30pm
Jazz band One Foot in the Groove will be playing at Martham Scarecrow Festival in the Baptist Chapel on Sunday from 2-4pm.
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LOCAL band Aluminium Risk are playing the Lord Nelson, Gorleston, tomorrow night. The band have gone from strength to strength since appearing there last, building a dedicated following at venues near and far. Music starts at 8.30pm with the beautiful acoustic sound of Yum Yum, followed by Kapok, a new, young band from Norwich with a fresh, performance style. Aluminium Risk will end the night with their collection of catchy, energetic and original songs. Check out www.myspace.com/aluminiumrisktheband for more details.