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PUBLISHED: 11:21 28 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:26 30 June 2010

OUT of the Ashes will be holding a Valentine's Bop on Saturday February 13 at Hopton on Sea Village Hall.

Those attending can dance or just listen to the band play 60s, rock 'n roll, pop and country.

OUT of the Ashes will be holding a Valentine's Bop on Saturday February 13 at Hopton on Sea Village Hall.

Those attending can dance or just listen to the band play 60s, rock 'n roll, pop and country. Organisers request that people bring their own drinks and interval picnic. There will be an interval raffle in aid of the new village hall complex and a music quiz. For tickets telephone Mary or Ron on 01502 733747.

The Duke's Head, Somerleyton hosts the latest Club Uniquity music evening on Friday starting 8pm. Entrance is free with the line up featuring Jason Parr, Alan Scott, Llewelyn and two other great acts.

Rockers Raw Edge will be bringing their brand of music for all age groups to O'Grady's in Great Yarmouth tomorrow. The Norwich-based four piece band specialise in classic rock covers of bands such as AC/DC, Whitesnake, Bon Jovi and ZZ Top. A spokesman for the band said: “We have our own unique sound. A good night is guaranteed with lots of energy generated by the band and audience.” The gig starts at 9.30pm.

Paul Davis will be appearing at Burgh Hall tomorrow, Saturday, he will be performing hits from the 1980's to present day. His sound is second to none and performs at his best when in front of a big crowd. The show starts at approx 8.30pm.

The Magdalen Musicians will present a concert at 3pm on Sunday at Magdalen Way Methodist Church. The afternoon will feature well-loved music both sacred and secular. Tickets for the fund-raising event, for the special Olympians and the Moldova Fund, are £4.50 adults, £2.50 children under 12 years, and are available from Karen Bensley and Andrew Sayer. Tickets will also be available at the door.

Fans of the late, great Johnny Cash are in for a treat tomorrow, Saturday, night, when Sun Of Cash make a long awaited return to The Carlton Pub in Pakefield. This Cash tribute act, with their line up of guitar, electric guitar, and double bass, capture the sound and excitement of Johnny Cash's early recordings for the Sun record label.

The band also includes many of the classics from throughout Cash's illustrious career. Throughout 2009, Sun Of Cash were building their following, playing at several festivals as well as doing numerous pub gigs.

The year 2010 promises to be an even busier year as they prepare to release their first CD single, a Cash version of the old Sex Pistols song Pretty Vacant. Their diary is filling up rapidly and they've started to get bookings in other parts of the country.


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