Music Run

Bands playing across the borough

GORLESTON heavy rock band Mastema will be playing a home town gig this weekend. Tomorrow they play The Tramway on Lowestoft Road, Gorleston.

They will be joined by Great Yarmouth band The New Pulse. Live music kicks off at 9.30pm and entry is free.

With a set consisting of original songs, along with the occasional classic cover they say they have firmly established themselves as one of the best live acts on the East Coast rock scene and have built up an ever growing loyal fan base.

The band independently released their debut album, Close to Breaking last year. It is available on CD at Mastema gigs and to download on iTunes and various other on-line stores.

Mastema can be found on the web at www.facebook.com/mastemamusic.

? 50s and 60s rock’n’roll band The Revolves are playing at the Prince Regent in Great Yarmouth from 3pm on Sunday. They will be playing hits by artists like Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Carl Perkins, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Eddie Cochran and The Rolling Stones.

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? NEW bands and solo artists will be showcasing their music at The Victoria Inn, Martham on Sunday, May 29. There’s plenty of live music throughout the day with a variety of rock, indie, punk and acoustic music being played.

Peformers taking part are Fuelled By Rose, Laura Lodge, Maria Elena, Ben Whiston and Harley Butt, No Name As Of Yet, Burnout, Ung Fung Shore, Drive Six and East Over West. Performances begin 12.30pm.

? STONEWOOD will be bringing their mix of classic rock and blues from the 60s onwards to Great Yarmouth.

The band, who play everything from Thin Lizzy to Guns n Roses and hail mainly from Cromer, will be performing at the O’ Grady’s on Howard Street tonight.

Their appearance from 9pm comes as part of the re-opening of the pub, which is now under new management.

? THE latest Club Uniquity music showcase takes place tonight at The Duke’s Head, Somerleyton with singer and guitarist Nick Harper.

Nick has previously appeared at Somerleyton’s Eastern Haze festival and is the son of the renowned musician Roy Harper who played with Pink Floyd and Led Zepplin in the 60s and 70s.

Completing the line up are Frost and Mudd and Gorleston duo Dumbfoundus. Music starts 7.30pm and tickets, �7.50, are available on the door.

? ORIGINAL rock band Sanctas Quay are seeking a drummer. Own kit and transport essential. For more details and to audition email the band at sanctasquay@live.co.uk or call G on 07984415751.

? UNLAWFULLY Yours play classic rock covers in the bar at Pub On The Shrubs, Hawthorn Road, Gorleston, tomorrow.