PUBLISHED: 16:24 26 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:13 30 June 2010
ROCK band Rawkas will be playing at the Lord Nelson in Gorleston tomorrow, Saturday. Rawkas are Phil Murphy - guitar, Richard Pain - bass guitar, Stuart Robertson - drums, Miguel Angelo - lead vocals and Gary Durrant - guitar.
ROCK band Rawkas will be playing at the Lord Nelson in Gorleston tomorrow, Saturday. Rawkas are Phil Murphy - guitar, Richard Pain - bass guitar, Stuart Robertson - drums, Miguel Angelo - lead vocals and Gary Durrant - guitar. The show kicks off at 9pm and entry is free. For more information, contact Phil on 07799 561113 or check out www.rawkas.cjb.net or email email@example.com
Calling all singers! Chance to join one of the region's best rock covers bands - Rawkas! The band is looking for an exceptional and committed frontman/lead vocalist. Gigs are fully booked throughout the year and full PA provided. Own transport preferred but not essential. If you think you have what it takes then to arrange an audition or for more information, contact Phil on 07799 561113, firstname.lastname@example.org. Rawkas would like to reassure all venues, followers and fans that no gigs will be cancelled as their current singer has agreed to honour all gig commitments until such time as a suitable replacement is found.
Rawkas guitarist Gary Durrant hosts a jam night at the Grange Hotel in Ormesby tonight. The jam has grown in popularity over the past few months and musicians of any age or ability can take part. The evening kicks off at 8.30pm, please get to the venue early if you would like a seat.
Prog metal band Mastema will be performing at the Belle Vue pub in Gorleston tomorrow. The concert starts at 9pm. For more information on the band, visit www.myspace.com/mastemamusic.
Teen rockers Left for Dead play a debut gig supporting Steemy Dan at the Ocean Room on Friday, April 16. The five members are all 14, from Broadland and Stalham High Schools perform covers and their own songs.
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