The Mustangs put on a fantastic show to a full room a couple of weeks ago to get the music season off to a flying start at the Sunbury Cricket Club.
The next Music Night is a week on Friday, 13th October, when the Club welcome's back SKY HIGH, who played at the Club last summer and attracted a packed house. They put on a great show that was extremely well-received, with plenty of people dancing.
The band members are all familiar faces to you, as guitarist Roland Le Roc and bass player Allen Bis are former members of The Mersey Legends, and drummer Stephane Booroff is a member of our house charity band The Chain Gang as well as being in The Escorts and leading his own jazz quartet The Blues Notes — he is also a former member of Edison Lighthouse.
SKY HIGH perform regularly around the country at Warner Hotels and other venues, playing pop and rock hits from a much-ignored era, the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, and it makes for great party night.
Tickets are £10 on the door. The bar is open from 6pm and hot food will be available from around 6.30. It promises to be a great night and we look forward to seeing you there.
The shows are starting a bit earlier these days as everyone seems to be there by about 8.30, so expect the band to be on stage by 8.45 at the latest.
Please note also that the website where Music Night information is carried is now www.sunburysports.org/music-club/