We are pleased to welcome a band to WHCS for the first time this weekend.Saturday's Music: 33RPM
The band only formed in 2014 but each member has a huge amount of experience on the local circuit and as part of bands performing nationally and internationally.
They play music from the sixties through to the early eighties - lots of songs that you know and love and maybe a few that you had forgotten!
33RPM are based in Colchester, Essex.
The bands line up is lead guitar, keyboards, bass guitar and drums with all four contributing lead and backing vocals, making for rich and sometimes complex
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You can find out more on their website
33RPM are available for pubs and clubs, corporate events, festivals (particularly beer festivals!), car and bike rallies, parties, weddings and more.
Born in Denmark Jon has been playing guitar since
his school days. Originally a bassist, he moved over
to lead guitar duties 10 years ago and also fronts the
band. Known for many years as "Jon the Punk",
he retains his punk sensibility if not his punk hairstyle!
Barbie GirlFavourite song:
The Rocky Horror Picture showFavourite films:
"I'll learn the words next week"Most likely to say:
Phil's favourite musical style is prog-rock although he
has an encyclopaedic knowledge of all music genre from
the sixties to the eighties (he lost interest after that).
Phil's love of music from those eras (arguably the peak
of pop creativity) and attention to detail ensures the band
retain an authentic sound.
Yes/The Moody BluesFavourite band:
Go NowFavourite song:
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate FactoryFavourite films:
"It's all written down"Most likely to say:
Kev has been a musician since he could walk! He comes
from a musical family and was already showing promise
playing bongos with The Strawbs aged just 3. Kev has
been known as Kaoss since his time with The Dangers,
who he still performs with to this day. His skills as a bass
player and performer means he is in constant demand.
The OsmondsFavourite band:
Crazy HorsesFavourite song:
Claret and BlueFavourite colour:
Easy Rider/Up in SmokeFavourite films:
"I won't remember it anyway"Most likely to say:
Stu began his musical career as a singer, aged 11
performing in social clubs and parties with his sister Fiona.
He started playing drums in bands at 14 and has performed
with numerous bands including The Hanging Tree,
Plantz Out of Control and legendary punk rockers Tenpole
Tudor. He's not very tall.
Elvis Costello/RadioheadFavourite band:
Ernie (the fastest milkman in the West)Favourite song:
Pulp Fiction/This is Spinal TapFavourite films:
"Fancy a sandwich?"
Most likely to say:
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