Turnstone play famous London venue
TREVOR HEATON, EDP Whats On Editor Norfolk band Turnstone has been chosen to play one of Britain's most famous rock venues.
TREVOR HEATON, EDP Whats On Editor
Norfolk band Turnstone has been chosen to play one of Britain's most famous rock venues.
The five-piece melodic rock outfit, who were finalists in the EDP's 2004 Next Big Thing talent contest, has been picked to play at the Marquee in London on Saturday, February 5.
The Leicester Square venue has played host to many great names from the jazz, rhythm and blues, and rock era, including the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix and Queen.
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Turnstone's lead guitarist Lewis Hickin said: "To go out on the same stage as people like Hendrix played is going to be absolutely amazing."
If the gig proves a success, Lewis said he and his fellow band members – Guy Nottage, Rafe and Nick Garforth and Tim Eves – were hoping it might lead to a monthly residency.
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