TALENTED musicians from Bromsgrove Rock School will perform a variety of classics at their latest gig next Saturday, December 8.
The show at the Stoke Prior Sports and Country Club starts at 6pm.
The performers, aged between 11 and 18, will take to the stage to blast out Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit, Green Day’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams, The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army and a host of other hits.
Storm and Phoebe will also play songs they have written themselves.
Bromsgrove Rock School meets every Saturday morning at St John’s Middle School.
Sessions are led by professional musician Brian Hoggard and supported by guitarist Loz Ruston and vocal coach Givvi Flynn .
The venue has plenty of free parking and there is no admission but people are urged to make a minimum donation of £2 to the David Morgan Trust.
The Trust supports the musical education of young people in the Bromsgrove district and provided funding to set up the Bromsgrove Rock School in April 2017.
Since then Bromsgrove Rock School has raised £350 from its live performances, which has been donated to the Trust to help other young musicians across the area.
For more on the event or joining Bromsgrove Rock School, email Brian Hoggard at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07720 211002.