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Rockabilly band set for another barnstorming night

Where: The Hunters Inn, Longdon, near Tewkesbury

When: Friday, November 23, 9pm

Fans of 1950s music are in for a treat next week when a rockabilly band makes a welcome return visit to The Hunters Inn at Longdon.

Malvern-based band Miss Pearl and the Rough Diamonds are looking forward to another barnstorming night of rockabilly rock 'n' roll at its best.

The band covers everything from Wanda Jackson, Patsy Cline, Johnny Burnette and Gene Vincent, as well as playing its own songs. Other influences include Eddie Cochran and Elvis Presley.

The band's mission is "making our audience happy and seeing them on the dance floor".

Guitarist and vocalist Steve Hurrell said: "We've been together five or six years. We've got a great little line-up. We do our own stuff as well as other people's."

Entry to the gig is free.

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