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Free live music at Conservative Club

This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 12th, 2017 at 9:45 am.

OVER the coming months Westbury Conservative Club will be holding several free live music events.

On Friday 15th September, Nasty Habits make their debut at the club. Formed in 2013 the band describe their repertoire as ‘funky blues with a rock influence’.

The band play a mixture of covers from both mainstream and non mainstream artists, making sure  that all songs performed are upbeat and easy to dance to, guaranteeing to have you on your feet and dancing the night away.

On Saturday 30th September, retro rock ‘n’ roll band The Defibrillators will take the stage. The Somerset-based Defibrillators play rock and roll from the 50s, 60s and 70s, as well as their own material.

Local band Brakelight take to the stage on Friday 6th October. Brakelight are four Westbury men playing blues rock influenced by artists like ZZ Top and Led Zeppelin.

The band promise to keep the crowd pumped and rocking out all evening, so remember to wear comfortable shoes!

Later on in the year The Ray Jones Band, Train to Ska Ville, Indecision and Forgery are all set to play at the Conservative Club

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