LOCAL Band Night, an evening of great music at the Louth’s Town and Country Club on Friday, January 27, will raise money for Louth and District Help for Homeless, which gives support to people who are homeless in the area or facing the threat of homelessness.
Headlining will be Herding Cats, who play 1970s and ’80s rock music, whilst Timeless hark back to the early rock’n’roll days of the 1950s.
Support acts include Rachel Thomas playing a didgeridoo, the Australian Aboriginal wind instrument whose deep and resonant sounds should make the whole building rock!
Local Band Night, which starts at 8pm, is organised by Transition Town Louth.
Tickets are available in advance for £4 from Off The Beaten Tracks record shop at 36 Aswell Street (closed on Thursdays), or for £5 on the night on the door.
The Town and Country Club is in Cannon Street, opposite the Playhouse Cinema.