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BUDDING musicians will be rocking the night away at a Charity Rock Show on Saturday September 6.

BUDDING musicians will be rocking the night away at a Charity Rock Show on Saturday September 6.

An 'unforgettable' night of music, with 20 aspiring young musicians is promised as they perform rock anthems at Tudor Grange School in Solihull.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £5 on the door or £4 in advance.

The event is being organised by area franchisees for Clive's Easylearn Pop Music School Sharon Hughes and Gemma Lawler.

Gemma said: "It's going to be a fantastic evening, with so many young people getting the chance to test out the skills that they've been learning in their weekly lessons, in a real rock band setting.

"Rock classics old and new will be played by music students on guitar, bass, drums and keyboards, many of whom will be on stage for the very first time."

Clive's Easylearn Pop Music School meets every Saturday morning at Mill Lodge School and Saturday afternoon at Tudor Grange School with lessons for everyone aged 7 and over.

Evening lessons and specific adult lessons will be available at 2 new schools which are opening in September at Dickens Heath School and Valley Infant School on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

A free taster session is available at all of the music schools, which offer simplified rock and pop music training in guitar, bass, drums and keyboards.

For ticket information or to request a free taster session call 0121 603 8872 or visit www.clivesmusic.com.

 

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