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Grantham’s big band will take to the stage at Conservative Club

Grantham Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. ENGEMN00120131213125308
Grantham Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. ENGEMN00120131213125308

Grantham Conservative Club welcomes the town’s very own big band GRAB on Thursday (April 16).

Two singers will join Grantham Rhythm and Blues Orchestra (GRAB) to make a 20 piece band. It will be performing classics from Glenn Miller to Count Basie and more modern arrangements, including their own take on Freddie Mercury’s Crazy Little Thing Called Love and the Average White Band’s Pick up the Pieces. Vocals are taken by popular local singer Craig Martini, performing classics by Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin and Michael Buble.

Tickets are on sale via the club at £6 for members and £9 for non-members.

Doors open at 7pm with the band performing at 8.30pm through to late evening. For more information contact the club on 01476 564899.


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