Gambler at The Limelight

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Local musician Julian Adair (otherwise known as Fox) and member of the fantastic local rock band, "Gambler" has contacted Audlem Online with news of the band's debut gig.

Local rock band "Gambler" (formerly known as "Rockin' Horse") will be playing their debut gig at The Limelight Club in Crewe this coming Sunday 7th January at 9.00pm. Gambler now have four Audlem based members and one from Crewe.

Julian said: "It's our first time at the Limelight and we really need to make a good impression so the more people who come along to support the better. We'll even provide transport! Our new guitarist, Tom Vernon, isn't quite ready so Jim Kirkpatrick will be standing in along with our new bass genius, Steve Gaffney. It should be a good one. Anyone wanting a seat on the minibus can call Fox on 07946 386731."

Perhaps you need to phone him soon if you want to be sure of a seat.

 

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