By Audlem Webteam - 2nd December 2005 5:00pm
For music lovers, and those who just want a good time, there's a great weekend to look forward to. Tonight, Friday, December 2nd, Sick Squid are playing at the Shroppie Fly.
On Saturday there's
'Casino', a band playing at the Shroppie Fly and in the Public Hall there's what should be one of the great musical nights — the Winter Blues concert starring Tommy Allen's Trafficker and The Kyla Brox Blues Band, organised by Audlem Festival Committee. Trafficker is a very highly rated band while Kyla Brox is said by experts to be Britain's top r&b/soul diva, even ahead of Joss Stone. And they don't come better than that! Tickets are £10 available from 01270 812 834 or 07813820157. Doors open at 8.30pm.
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