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Free live music at Westbury Conservative Club

This entry was posted on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 at 10:08 am.

Over the summer months Westbury Conservative Club will be holding several free live music events.

On 21st July,  authentic rock covers ban Forgery who have appeared before at the club, return.

The four band members play rock and pop hits from the 60s to the present day. Forgery are very professional and truly great to listen to.

On 5th August 80s tribute band Syntornonix come to the club. The band perform music that was around in the 1980s, but in particular the synthesizer music that defined the early 80s. A fully synchronised DMX light show will also be provided.

Blondie and Ska take to the stage on Saturday 26th August playing up beat tunes from the likes of Blondie, The Beat, Madness, The Specials, Bob Marley and Bad Manners.

Together since 2013,  Blondie and Ska have performed at over 200 events and boast over 35 years’ performing experience between them.

On Friday 15th September, Steve Loudoun & The Saboteurs bring their eclectic range of music to the club.

Performing a varied selection of songs from across the musical spectrum including tunes from the swinging 60s through to almost the modern day, the band promise to have you on your feet and dancing the night away.

The club will also be holding a Sunday carvery each week from 12-2.30pm. Call 01373 822557 to reserve your place.