LIVE BANDS - where and when

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PETERBOROUGH based Progressive and AOR cover band, Brotherhoods Roundabout, will be making a return to the Dock Tavern in Gorleston tomorrow, Saturday.

The band who cover songs by bands including It Bites, Dream Theater, Rush, Toto and 10CC have wowed music goers at their last two appearances at The Dock with great musicianship and choice of classic songs.

The pub is now selling wristbands at a £1.50 minimum donation for Charity Music Day 4 which takes place next July in aid of Shine, Gorleston and the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

More info can be found at or the Dock Tavern Facebook page.

ROCK ‘N’ROLL band The Revolves have a gig at the Kings Head in Belton tomorrow, Saturday, night. They will be playing songs from the 50s and 60s by artists like Chuck Berry, Eddie Cochran, Cream, Johnny Cash, Elvis and The Beatles.

THE Beat Deluxe Band will be playing at The Seadell Club, Hemsby on Saturday December 8.

The band play a mix of material from Kinks to Kings of Leon including favourites from The Beach Boys, Hollies, Thin Lizzy, Dire Straits and much more featuring their vocal harmony skills.

This is the last visit to the area for the band this year but they are already booked back at the Seadell next year.

They are looking forwards to seeing friends old and new and having a great time. You can visit The Beat Deluxe Band on Facebook and find out more about the band including future dates.

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