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PUBLISHED: 15:41 04 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:57 30 June 2010

A GUITAR duo will be playing a range of covers during a series of gigs this coming weekend.

The Maxwell and Murphy guitar duo will first be playing tonight at The Golfers Arms, Great Yarmouth at 9pm before performing at Never Turn Back, Caister at 5pm on Sunday.

A GUITAR duo will be playing a range of covers during a series of gigs this coming weekend.

The Maxwell and Murphy guitar duo will first be playing tonight at The Golfers Arms, Great Yarmouth at 9pm before performing at Never Turn Back, Caister at 5pm on Sunday.

They play rock and indie music including songs by kings of Leon, Oasis, The Jam, Bon Jovi, Joe Satriani, Snow Patrol among others and have recently added more new songs to their set.

The duo consists of Andy Maxwell on vocals and guitar and Phil Murphy on electric and acoustic guitar.

To find out more go on www.myspace.com/maxwellandmurphyduo or call Phil on 07799 561113.

Music fans are in for a treat tonight on Friday as Rawkas guitarist Gary Durrant hosts a jam night at The Grange Hotel, Ormesby

All musicians are welcome no matter what the instrument or skill.

Turn up to watch or play or even recite a poem. Instruments are provided if you don't have your own.

For more information call Gary on 07756 24 24 92.

Rockers Mother Black Cap will be performing at the Lord Nelson pub in Gorleston on Saturday.

The band will be playing covers of songs by David Bowie, The Who, Slade and Pink Floyd.

For more information please visit the band's website www.motherblackcap.co.uk and www.myspace.com/themotherblackcap.

The Fender Benders Boogie Band play a debut Gorleston gig at The Lord Nelson on Sunday, 3pm.

The band plays rock/blues and country/rock standards from the likes of Clapton, Ry Cooder, BB King, Bonnie Raitt and Chuck Berry, together with the occasional obscure track.

The band features guitar maestro Chris Laverick, an ex-professional musician, of 15 years standing.

Now a guitar teacher and author, his extraordinary playing makes it well worth checking out Sunday's gig.

The band also features experienced local musicians Ricky Knights on guitar and vocals, Lisa Knights on drums and Rufus Stone on bass and vocals.

An Old Time Dance will be held at Hemsby Village Hall on March 13 between 7.30pm and 11pm. Guests should wear formal dress and there will be a bar and refreshments. Cost of entry is £3.

Calling all singers - rock covers band Rawkas are looking for a new frontman.

If you think you have what it takes, contact Phil on 07799 561113 or email philmguitar@hotmail.com to arrange an audition or for more information. Gigs are fully booked throughout the year and full PA provided. Own transport is preferred, but not essential.

No performances will be cancelled at the current singer has agreed to honour all gig commitments until a replacement is found.


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