By Audlem Webteam - 20th December 2011 7:08am
Fans of the Rainband, who have played recently a couple of times at the Lord Combermere, may remember some stunning sax solos in their set — our photo will evoke fond memories for the music lovers who were there.
It's good to see that local musician Alisdair Grant Mckenzie was back with the band this weekend. He played on sax with the Rainband at the Manchester Ritz in front of 1000 people on Sunday night.
Click on the YouTube link to see about four minutes of the show.
Our thanks to Reub Palin for alerting Audlem Online to this clip.
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