The next Music Night at Sunbury Cricket Club is on Friday 22nd November, when the Club is delighted to welcome BAD INFLUENCE whose scheduled August gig had to be postponed, and who haven’t played at the club since they closed the show with a rousing set at last year’s Beer Festival.
They are led by Val Cowell (vocals and guitar) and Richard Hayes (lead & slide guitar), who have been permanent members since the band formed in 1986, and the line-up is completed by Pete Stroud on bass (formerly with Peter Green’s Splinter Group and familiar to you as bass player with Buddy Whittington) and long-time drummer Harry James (former member of Thunder and Magnum).
They play a distinctive brand of up-front blues and rock, blending original material from their albums with interpretations of material from the likes of Tom Petty, Bonnie Raitt and Fleetwood Mac. It will be a fine evening of archetypal Sunbury Music Night fare. There’s more info at www.badinfluence.org.uk.
Food will be available from about 7.15. As you know, this is the first Music Night after the refurbishment of the Club bar, so it’s a good opportunity to come and check out the new surroundings (although of course the hall itself hasn’t changed). We look forward to seeing you there.