Senior Punk - Duo | Walthamstow, London(no reviews)
Based In: Walthamstow, London
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Senior Punk are a professional 'Classic Rock Duo' consisting of vocals, guitar and harmonica. Their set includes some high energy songs, guaranteeing a great night out.
PA and lights are also included in the price.
All Right Now
Handbags and Gladrags
Run Through The Jungle
Need Your Love so bad
Georgia On My Mind
Can't get enough of your love
Highway To hell
Hard To Handle
House of The Rising Sun
Still Got The Blues ...
Honky Tonk Woman
Stay With Me
All Or Nothing
H i Ho Silver Lining
Unchain My Heart
All Over Now
A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Johnny b goode
Great Rock duo from London bringing back the sounds from the 60's through to the present day.
Two friendly, approachable musicians who are old enough to remember when 'Classic Rock' music ruled the world.
Very reliable, and commited to making a succsess of every gig they play.
Senior Punk consist of Nick Michaels and John Rolfe.
Nick's career started in the 70's as founder and guitarist with the band 'Bethnal' The band toured extensively throughought the UK and Euroupe. Gigs include headling the Hammersmith Apollo and playing the Reading festival. Nick has been active on the 'live' circuit with various bands and projects.
John Rolfe has been playing in bands for many years both singing and playing harmonica and has a great love of the 'Blues'
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