Bands playing from across the borough
MOTHER Black Cap return to the Lord Nelson in Gorleston tomorrow with their unusual and eclectic sound.
Those wondering what prog-country sounds like will find out, and there is expected to be at least one Pink Floyd show from the band, who have produced three CDs to date.
“Come along and see the light show, laugh at Bob’s bad jokes and marvel at Iain’s posing,” organisers say.
For more information go to www.motherblackcap.co.uk
PLAYING songs from the 50s and 60s, rock’n’roll band The Revolves have a gig this weekend.
On Sunday afternoon they return to the Prince Regent in Yarmouth from 3pm.
- 1 New York, Paris, Peckham, Great Yarmouth - Only Fools stars coming to town
- 2 'The best yet' - Yarmouth's celebration of wheels gearing up for return
- 3 New seafront festival promises feast of family fun
- 4 Access road for driveways denied to Gorleston residents
- 5 Tyson Fury is making a comeback to Gorleston
- 6 Pupils 'not afraid to share ideas' - School praised by Ofsted
- 7 New Norfolk café is selling out of its custard tarts and Nutella-filled croissants
- 8 Green light for quarry's expansion and longer life
- 9 Four men arrested following altercation by Great Yarmouth pub
- 10 Heaven & Hell: David Whiteley and Amelia Reynolds
Andy, Luke and Craig will be doing covers by artists such as Eddie Cochran, Carl Perkins, Chuck Berry, Slim Harpo, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Doors, Little Richard and Elvis.
THE band Second Hand Blues will be performing at The White Hart in Hopton for the first time tomorrow from 9pm.
The band have just finished recording their second originals album called Buffalo and will be performing a number of songs from both this album and their first album Bright Lights & Stereo, as well as some classic rock blues tracks.
For more information about the band and to join the mailing list visit www.secondhandblues. co.uk