PUBLISHED: 20:05 12 August 2010 | UPDATED: 11:56 16 September 2010
RAWKAS guitarist Gary Durrant is hosting a jam night at the Grange Hotel, Ormesby tonight. Musicians, no matter what level of ability or experience, are invited to come along and join in.
RAWKAS guitarist Gary Durrant is hosting a jam night at the Grange Hotel, Ormesby tonight. Musicians, no matter what level of ability or experience, are invited to come along and join in. Instruments are provided except for sticks, but feel free to bring your own. Check out www.garydurrant.co.uk.
FEMALE-FRONTED rock band Canine Feline will be playing their last local gig tomorrow at the Belle Vue, Gorleston.
The band have decided to call it a day after four years. They recently returned from Nottingham Pride, where they had an amazing gig sharing the stage with celebrities such as the Cheeky Girls, Lisa Scott Lee and amazing New York band Betty.
The band members have other projects to pursue and are looking forward to new opportunities. Their final gig will be Manchester Pride on August Bank Holiday, sharing the stage with artists such as Kelis and they are looking forward to ending their time together at such an incredible event.
The band would love all their devoted fans to come along to the Belle Vue and share one last memorable night rocking out. Their song Beneficiary and is available to download on Itunes.
BEAT Deluxe have a busy Saturday coming up which will see them playing at the Harvest Moon Festival on the Quayside at Beccles in the afternoon and then on to the California Tavern for the evening performance.
Since forming earlier this year they have been very busy playing gigs throughout East Anglia with their rock harmony style.
Material from The Beach Boys, Four Seasons, Hollies, Doobie Brothers plus much more are featured in their show.
CLASSIC rock covers band Storm will be playing The Magdalen Arms in Gorleston tonight.The band play a wide range of covers from Pink Floyd and ZZ Top to AC/DC, Black Sabbath and Metallica. The gig kicks off at 9pm.
For more information, contact Fizz on 07526493494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or look up Storm Great Yarmouth on Facebook.
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