The Gutterband are re-forming for 2 charity Shows

28th September 2012

One of Sheffield's most successful bands The Gutterband 1986-2004 are re-forming for 2 charity Shows on Dec 20 & 21 at Crookes Social club in Sheffield.

Dec 21 has already sold out & tickets remain for 20th at £5 each. Full supporting Show features Radio sheffields Jimmy Carol, Pop Band "Enigma" & Carl Taylor as Pavarotti plus Gaz Shanks's 70s Disco. All acts are appearing FOC & all funds raised are being divided between; Ashgate Hospice, Cavendish Cancer Care, Headstart4babies, Breast Cancer Research & Sheffield Children's Hospital as all 5 of the band have been affected by illness these past few years. The band was the first in the UK to have hydraulic effects on stage inc the Incredible Spinning Man. At various times the show has featured 2 drummers, a dwarf, a fire-eater, & Brian the Singing Miner. Come along and support this show: Tickets available from the venue (Crookes Social Club) or by sending an SAE to 40 Ball Rd, Sheffield, s6 4LZ & making your cheque payable to D Hayes.

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