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Classic tunes by the likes of Oasis, the Clash, Foo Fighters and Neil Young to be performed at Livewire Rock Academy gig in Bishop's Stortford



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Classic tunes by the likes of Oasis, the Clash, Foo Fighters and Neil Young will be belted out by the adult students of the Livewire Rock Academy at a show in Bishop's Stortford.

The gig by members of the Herts and Essex-based school of rock takes place at the Rose and Crown, in Station Road, on Friday April 8 from 8.30pm.

Admission is free and there's a chance to have a go on an electric guitar or drum kit after the performance for those who might be interested in joining the school.

Livewire Rock Academy (55640111)
Livewire Rock Academy (55640111)

Livewire Rock Academy teaches drums, bass guitar and electric guitar at its schools in Stortford, Saffron Walden, Great Dunmow and Epping. The schools are owned and managed by Simon Baker - AKA Uncle Funk - who also fronts the adult concerts on bass and vocals.

The academy gives children and adults a unique opportunity to learn to play an instrument in a sociable, stress-free environment where they can progress at their own pace, and then perform their newly-acquired skills at the rock jam at the end of every lesson.

There are currently slots in all the schools for children and adults wishing to learn drums, bass or electric guitar. To book a free taster lesson, call 07941 142779 or email simon@livewirerockacademy.co.uk.



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