Music Run

PUBLISHED: 10:21 11 February 2011

Bands playing near you

l ROCK ’n’roll three piece The Revolves have a gig at the Duke of Wellington in Great Yarmouth tomorrow. They 
will be playing covers from the ’50s and ’60s by artists 
such as Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Eddie Cochran, Creedence Clearwater 
Revival, Buddy Holly and The Beatles.

l THE California Tavern are putting on two nights packed with music and entertainment this weekend.

Tonight, The Lee Vasey Band will be performing, and those interested are advised to 
come early to avoid disappointment.

During the last 24 years, as well as writing, arranging and recording his own material, 
Lee Vasey has worked with Chris Rea, Norman Wisdom and Jimmy Ruffin among others. His 10-piece band promise “to get everyone moving”.

The following night, Boulevard Blonde will be playing something for everyone, including classics that range from I Love Rock and Roll through to Brown Sugar and Jolene. From 8.45pm both nights, free entry.

To find out more, call 
the tavern on 01493 

l Out of the Ashes perform tomorrow at a Valentine’s dinner at the White Hart in Hopton where a romantic three-course meal will be followed by music and dancing. To book call Clare 01502 730321.

Catch them again on Monday celebrating Valentine’s at the Waterside Bar and Restaurant, Corton.

New manager Chris is staging a celebration with a four-course meal followed by music and dancing with Out of the Ashes – or just pop in for a drink and a dance. Call Chris on 01502 730650/733050 or 07771 727970.

l THE White Hart pub at Hopton will be hosting a country music event at the pub on February 19, starting at 8pm.

Singer-songwriter Mick 
Green is organising the evening when there will 
be a small dance floor so revellers can dance, listen or sing along to country hits including Country Rocks, Country Comedy, In My 
Own Write and You Call 

There will also be a two meals for £10 on offer at the pub between 6pm and 8pm on the night.

For more information phone 01502 732040.

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