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Thursday, 17 February 2022 08:13


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With things starting to get back to something like normal, the Club is delighted to be able to get its 2022 programme of Music Nights at Sunbury Cricket Club under way by welcoming back SKELETON CREW, always one of our most popular bands, who have a big local following. They have appeared at the Club not only at Music Nights but at two of their Beer and Music Festivals.

Their line-up is unchanged from their last couple of appearances - they are led by Paul King, on guitar, mandolin, banjo and squeezebox, an original member of Mungo Jerry, who was voted Evening Standard pub entertainer of the year several years in a row, and was a founder member of the King Earl Boogie Band. On bass is Colin Pattenden, original member of Manfred Mann’s Earth Band in their hit-making days, and now also with Jackie Lynton and the Nashville Teens, plus Chris Bryant on guitar, and drummer/percussionist and cajon player Amber Hough. Also appearing will be various volunteers wielding the zob sticks! (Google it if you don’t know what a zob stick is).

As always, it will be a rollicking evening featuring their distinctive brand of jug band music, blues, skiffle and rock.

Admission is £10.00 on the door, payable by cash or card.

Hot food, prepared by the expert chefs from our resident caterers from the community food redistribution organisation Surplus To Supper, will be available from 7pm, and the band will be on stage about 9.00pm.

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