Grantham gets ready to rock with romance and memories

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There’ll be a heady mix of romance and nostalgia in the air for a bumper Valentine’s party in Grantham.

Live music featuring a rock ‘n’ roll band and popular male and female vocalists will have dancers swinging, jiving and smooching.

The dance on Saturday, February 15, is at Grantham College refectory and prooceeds will go to Gregory House residential home in Welby Gardens, Grantham.

The line up is, The Buddies rock and roll band, fifties and sixties singer Dave Logan and versatile vocalist Barbara Dean, who will be making a return visit to Grantham.

The Buddies have a knack for creating a lively party atmosphere with their brand of authentic rock ‘n’ roll. A four-man line-up of vocals/guitar, saxophone, double bass and drums keeps the music flowing.

Dave Logan, from Boston, has delighted audiences all over the country with his repertoire from the fifties and sixties. He says: “All in all, I am thankful that the rock ‘n’ roll era has not died, and never will.”

Barbara Dean has an extensive repertoire embracing the fifties and seventies, including soul and Motown, rock ‘n’ roll, country and blues.

The popular singer has appeared at rock and roll dances at the college before.

Doors for the Valentines dance open at 7pm and the show starts at 7.45pm. There will be a bar and hot food will also be available. Tickets are available from Noel Wallis, telephone 01476 572223, Robin@artifacts (591693) and Malcolm Broughton (573903).