Recycled restart Old Town Saturday music sessions
The monthly Saturday-morning music sessions in Eastbourne’s Old Town begin again on January 25.
Former Under Ground Theatre regulars Recycled are delighted to be kicking off this season almost six years after they played their first gig for the UGT.
Recycled chose their name because it summed up both themselves and their repertoire. Hence their slogan: “Old ones, loved ones, neglected ones – and music too!”
The venue this time will be Community Wise and the focus will be hits of the ’50s and ’60s, although Recycled can also turn their talents to skiffle and country music.
Band organiser Bryan Naish is the lead singer. On drums is Bob Edwards, and the line-up is completed by three guitarists: Tony Fry (lead), Colin Sargent and Dave Lowen (rhythm). They used to appear at the UGT “for the sheer fun of it” and this is still their philosophy.
Recycled will be onstage from 10am until noon (short break for coffee). Entry is free but donations are welcome.
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