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Celebrate The Beatles Birmingham Debut at King's Heath's All You Need Is Love Fest on Sunday 12 February

Come along on Sunday 12 February and join in this year's celebration of The Beatles Birmingham debut at the now sadly burnt down Ritz Ballroom on King's Heath's York Road.

From 3 to 6 p.m. a special pre Valentines Day "All You Need Is Love" concert will take place at Fletchers Bar directly opposite the ruins of the old ballroom at which a great selection of local musicians will sing their favourite Beatles' Love Songs.

Expect to hear many of the musicians that contributed tracks to King's Heath Walk of Fame's first CD 'Rubber Soul Rebound' (a 50th Anniversary re-make of The Beatles classic album) including Acoustica, David Garside, Eleanor Dattani, The Eggmen, Peters plays Lennon, and Tim Walkerdine. Guaranteed to make a great Valentine's Day present the CD as well as digital downloads can be ordered from:- https://kingsheathwalkoffame.bandcamp.com/album/rubber-soul-rebound Also appearing on stage will be the very talented Alex Vann, Mr Apollo and Ukulele Theatre plus John Kennedy reading from John Lennon's works.

This annual event usually sells out quickly so get your tickets now! Tickets can be bought from Kitchen Garden Cafe for £4 cash or £4 + booking fee from www.wegottickets.com/event/382651 Any remaining tickets will cost £5 on the door.

 
Out Of The Shadows return on 2 October to play some great Rock'n'Roll music'

ABOVE: The award winning Out Of The Shadows live

Come to the eagerly awaited return of the award winning Out of The Shadows on Sunday 2 October for a fantastic 3 hour show starting at 3 pm at Fletchers on York Road. The multi talented group have had the audience dancing in every conceivable space on their last two appearances here.

Hailing from Stourbridge, they have regularly been voted Top Club Act by regional club entertainment officers and audience members. They are not just a Shadows tribute band but a great rock 'n'roll band. Expect to hear some of the greatest vocal hits from the late 1950's onwards from Eddie Cochran's Summertime Blues through to Dire Straits' Walk Of Life as well as a few of The Shadows' greatest instrumental hits.

If you have not seen them before, don't miss out again as another great Lazy Sunday Afternoon's entertainment is guaranteed.

Tickets cost just £4 from Kitchen Garden Cafe or £4.40 from www.wegottickets.com/event/369171 or £5 on the door if any are left

 
Satisfaction Guaranteed at RollKings Stones Fest on Sunday 18 September

ABOVE: The Rolling Stones photographed in 1963 just before their Ritz Ballroom Gig

Come along to RollKings Stones Fest 2016 on the afternoon of Sunday 18 September at Fletchers Bar on King's Heath's York Road and help celebrate the 53rd Anniversary  of the Rolling Stones first ever performance in Birmingham at the old Ritz Ballroom.

Formed in London in 1962 by Brian Jones after he met up with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards who had been childhood friends, the Rolling Stones started out as a blues group taking their name from the title of a song by Muddy Waters. For the whole of 1962 they played exclusively in the London area. But all that changed on 7 June 1963 after they released their first single a cover of Chuck Berry's "Come On". Just a few months later on 14 September 1963 they played one of their first ever gigs outside London and their first ever in Birmingham at King's Heath's Ritz Ballroom. Joining Brian, Mick and Keith on the tiny stage were Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. The day after they returned to London to play at the Great Pop Prom at the Royal Albert Hall! And when they returned to Birmingham the following year they played the much larger venues of the Hippodrome and the Town Hall. They then went onto become the world's greatest Rock and Roll Band in the world selling over 200 million albums.

From 3 to 6 pm some great local musicians including Acoustica, Nanker Phelge, SwiftBeat, The Mighty Crawdaddys and Harmonica Bob and Oz will perform their interpretations of classic Rolling Stones songs at  Fletchers Bar & Eatery directly opposite the burnt down ruins of the old Ritz Ballroom.

Get your tickets now for this hugely popular annual event that usually sells out in advance.

Tickets cost just £4 in advance from the Kitchen Garden Cafe,

£4.40 from www.wegottickets.com/event/369168

or £5 on the door if any are left



 
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