Saturday, December 7, 2013

Doors 7.00pm


Gordon Giltrap, Oliver Wakeman and Paul Manzi

Blyth Road, Maltby Rotherham S66 8JD

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Gordon Giltrap Oliver Wakeman and Paul Manzi


Concerts are regularly organised by the CLASSIC ROCK SOCIETY, featuring some of the best Rock & Prog artists around.

Our stated core aim is, as it ever was, to foster the growth and development of ‘grass roots’ progressive and general ‘classic’ rock by bringing together like-minded individuals and giving bands who may struggle for gigs a platform to play. These smaller shows are to some extent subsidised by larger profile bands who also play for the Society. As well as our two regular venues near Rotherham (Montgomery Hall in Wath-Upon-Dearne and the Wesley Centre in Maltby), we also regularly use a venue in St Helens (the Citadel), Norwich (Brickmakers), and occasionally the Picturedome in Holmfirth. We are always looking for ways to expand and give the Society a more ‘national’ and less parochial flavour.

Our key event of the year is our ‘Best Of The Year’ awards, at our ‘home venue’ Montgomery Hall, Wath-Upon-Dearne (near Rotherham, UK).  This is always well attended by bands and fans alike, with a guest presenter each year – the 2013 event featured ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris, of Old Grey Whistle Test fame, while recent events have featured Steve Hackett, John Wetton, Sonja Kristina, Oliver Wakeman and Gordon Giltrap.

This unique gig will feature Gordon and Oliver – such a hit last year as a duo – with singer Paul Manzi, playing songs from the Ravens and Lullabies album and also songs from both their careers. This should be another great night – and very much a one off!

Artist: Gordon Giltrap, Oliver Wakeman & Paul Manzi
Date: Saturday 7th December 2013
Doors: 7pm
Venue: The Wesley Centre, Maltby, Rotherham, UK
Tickets: From: £12.00. On the door price: £17.50

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