BACK BEAT TRIO
The NEW look Back Beat Trio are back with their great selection of 70's & 80's disco/funk & Soul classics they will have the dance floor full all night long. Amazing the difference a few changes make but the members loved it and requested we book them again.
STEVIE JOHN BAND
This newly formed band (November 2013) contains members of the disbanded band called Joker, which was very popular on the local circuit. They play cover songs from across the board - 60's, reggae, soul, blues and Rock 'n Roll - in fact most music from the 60's to the 90's. They have have been well recommended by members who have seen them at other venues. So come on down for another evening of great entertainment.
THIS WILL BE A BIG NIGHT IN THE CLUB !!! They have been here a couple of times before and pressure from members has brought them here again. A potted history follows: It all started in the late summer of 2008 when a group of friends, Ken-Steve-Wayne and Andy got together to form a RocknRoll band. They were looking for a singer and lead guitarist, along came Adie who fitted the bill perfectly. The band got together for their first rehearsal in December 2008 and started to gig in June 2009. A year later they met up with foot tapping records and recorded their debut album Introducing the Rock-A-Toons.This album was a huge success, selling in the UK and Europe. In February 2012 the Rock-A-Toons welcomed their newest member, Monz on Tenor Sax. In March 2012 they lost a very good friend and valued band member Andy Cookie Rich, but his great sounding voice can still be heard on a bonus track American Trilogy on the new Album You Gotta Move
The Violets are a cabaret style vocal trio based in Hampshire. From the tight vocal harmonies of the 40’s through to the power ballads of the 80’s.
The Pocket Rockers are a 4 piece covers band based and formed in Hampshire, England.
Playing a mix of Rock and Pop music from the 1950s right through to modern day, they will be sure to get your feet tapping, your body moving and your voice singing.