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Hi, we are having band get together's at a house in Norwich and have a great opportunity for your caterers. We would like to have three course meals with drinks at our meetings. We would prefer new world cuisine and vegetarian options. The caterer will be serving a diverse crowd. This is a great opportunity for any of the caterers to showcase their food to people who have eaten all there lives. This is not a regular event but if we like the catering we may start to hold regular events. This is an amazing opportunity to get your food and drink appreciated by a group of people who would not otherwise eat or drink your food. There is of course no pay but this is a terrific showcase and great exposure for any pub, restaurant or general caterer. If you are interested in this great cause just leave a message here on the message board.
Message from: Arthur Itis (04/06/2014)
Looking for a guitarist for an acoustic duo. I am a singer looking to gig on a regular basis. Mainly covers required.
Please get in touch 07899911439.
Message from: Sam Rose (07/05/2014)
Ed Proffitt
3 March at 15:16
Hi All, I am currently setting up an exciting new music venue on St Benedicts in Norwich. We are looking for pianists, acoustic guitar players and similar to perform. It doesn't matter whether you are experienced or not, if you are good enough we would like to hear from you! Please email ed@platformtwelve.co.uk with details of what you can offer or for any further information.
Message from: Ed Profitt (07/03/2014)
Looking for a keyboard player to join a well established function band. Gigs booked in already and possibility of cruise work.
A midi keyboard player would be good for pop style sounds.
Get in touch
Sam
07899911439
sam_rose88@hotmail.co.uk
Message from: Sam Rose (12/02/2014)
Where did Suzy Catrell who was with the Barhoppers go? I love her voice and am sure she must be with another group. Thank you for any info.
Message from: Robert (29/01/2014)
Female backing/lead vocalist wanted to join established party/function style band.Call 07934195010
Message from: Nigel Saunders (10/01/2014)
wanted committed bass player for 7 piece band with bookings for 2014 including NYE must love 60/70s soul/funk. check us out at www.resouledtheband.co.uk if you are interested give me a call on 01603747913 or 07733148790

Bev
Message from: re-souled (03/12/2013)
Any unsigned bands or artists, send us your MP3's or links to download MP3's. We run an internet show on Wednesday night 7 - 9 pm and always need new material. trev@unsignedfm.org.uk
www.unsignedfm.org.uk
Message from: Trev Brunwin (20/08/2013)
My name is Kenny and I have been playing Bass for about forty years. I live in Norfolk I am an extremely experienced and competent Bass player, and have a broad base of music. Since the 70's I have been playing mostly 60's and Rock n' Roll, also fifties and shadows numbers, but I am very adaptable and love playing. I was a member of a well-known band in the eighties in East Anglia for many years.
I also do lead vocals and harmonies, and am willing to travel - and abroad if necessary. I can give full commitment to an established "Tribute, Covers or Function Band", providing gigs are regular. My mobile is 07551 391659.
Message from: Kenny (08/07/2013)
Hi, I am interested in the add for a country drummer.. Please get in touch to discuss further.

Thanks Johnrepsinted
johncampey2011@hotmail.co.uk
Message from: John (12/06/2013)
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