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New Years Eve at The Rooftop Bar on Mon 31st December 2012
Join us to bring in the New Year at The Rooftop at Luciano's.
Live music from After-Midnight & DJ
Mike Hall and Dave Robson from well-known local band After Midnight will be taking time off from their Classic Clapton UK Tour to perform a rare acoustic set of 60s/70s covers including Beatles, Eagles, Clapton. (www.after-midnight.org.uk)
After Midnight has a huge following on Tyneside. Mike Hall is the guitar/vocalist/front-man of the band. It has been said that he not only looks like Eric Clapton, he sings and plays guitar like him too! Bass player Dave Robson was originally a member of the band during the 1990s. He re-joined last year. He is also a talented keyboards player and song-writer and he is a former member of north east chart band Geordie. In fact he was with them at the time Brian Johnson left to join AC/DC.
It is very rare for After Midnight to perform at local venues these days. At The Rooftop Bar Mike & Dave will perform music by The Eagles, The Beatles, REM, Crowded House and a number of 60s and 70s classics. They will even include at least one of Daves original compositions.
The Rooftop Bar is a stylish new venue situated above the restaurant. It features two bars across two levels and has recently been refurbished to an extremely high standard. Since its recent opening it now hosts some of the best live music acts the region has to offer.
£7 ticket/£8 OTD
Tickets will be entered into a raffle, which will be drawn on the night.
1st Prize: 1 Year Gym Membership at SpringsLite
2nd Prize: £100 Lucianos Restaurant Voucher
3rd Prize: Pamper Day at The Hair Sanctuary & The Sanctuary Spa
Tickets available from Lucianos Restaurant, Kingston Park.
Call us on 0191 2861222 to reserve your tickets now.
Music Genres: Acoustic
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