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PUBLISHED: 17:02 29 May 2009 | UPDATED: 14:02 03 July 2010

MINUS IQ will perform at Allen's Bar in Great Yarmouth tomorrow night.

The London band are making a name for themselves as they tour across the UK showcasing songs form their forthcoming debut album Home Cinema, due to be released in the summer.

MINUS IQ will perform at Allen's Bar in Great Yarmouth tomorrow night.

The London band are making a name for themselves as they tour across the UK showcasing songs form their forthcoming debut album Home Cinema, due to be released in the summer. The four-piece electric rock band has been described as a cross between Panic at the Disco and Muse.

LOCAL band Rawkas will perform at the Greengate in Caister tomorrow night.

The band are Phil Murphy on guitar, Richard Pain on bass guitar, Stuart Robertson on drums, Miguel Angelo on lead vocals and Gary Durrant also on guitar. They will be playing all the favourite classic rock songs from Guns 'n' Roses and Motor Head.

The show starts at 9pm and entry is free.

And the boys will be holding their jam night every Wednesday at the Never Turn Back, in Caister.

For details contact Phil on 07799 561113 or visit www.rawkas.cjb.net.

Recently back from playing 93 Feet East in London for the Music League and launching Gay Pride Norwich, Canine Feline are back playing locally tonight at the Belle Vue Tavern in Gorleston from 9pm.

The band will play their original rock music as well as a few covers with a twist. To find out more visit www.myspace.com/caninefeline.

EARLY stax and Motown covers band The 45s play a special charity gig at Gorleston's Ocean Room on Friday, June 12.

Doors open 8pm and proceeds on the night will be donated to the Help an East Coast Child appeal.

Triple Threat will play at Allen's Bar tonight from 9pm. The band will play a variety of rock covers from the 1960s to the modern day.


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