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Live music at Westbury Conservative club

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LIVE music is increasingly popular at The Conservative Club, so put the dates in your diary before you miss out!

Popular bands and solo acts have been booked to play, free for all.

Join the Mangled Wurzels for a Wurzel-flavoured, cider-fuelled  ‘Scrumpy and Western Night’ on Saturday 6th July. 

The Mangled Wurzels are a three-piece Scrumpy and Western band from Somerset, writing and performing in the style of Adge Cutler and The Wurzels. Formed in 2005, the band have established themselves, performing across the West Country and beyond, with their highly entertaining live performances blending classic Wurzel songs with self-penned original compositions and a smattering of pop standards ‘Mangled’ in true Wurzels tradition!”

On Saturday 20th July, Roadhouse will be performing at the Conservative Club.  

Roadhouse play a mixture of traditional upbeat smoking blues (BB King, Eric Clapton, Gary Moore etc) along with a large variety of other well-known rocky/bluesy covers that everyone loves, guaranteeing a foot tapping, dancing atmosphere. 

More dates and acts planned include Saturday, 27th July – The Full Motley and Saturday, 3rd August – Big Mama’s Banned.

The club are also  already excited for another Bank Holiday as they invite you for live music and a barbecue on Sunday 25th August!