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Gods to return to the Waterfront

PUBLISHED: 16:00 20 June 2008 | UPDATED: 20:40 05 July 2010

The Stone Gods return to the Waterfront in Norwich at the end of the month

The Stone Gods return to the Waterfront in Norwich at the end of the month

FORMER Kirkley High School student Dan Hawkins returns to the region next weekend as he promotes his new single and album.

Dan, former guitarist with The Darkness, who now forms part of the Stone Gods, will be performing at the Waterfront in Norwich next Sunday before the band's album Silver Spoons and Broken Bones is released on Integral/PIAS on July 7.

FORMER Kirkley High School student Dan Hawkins returns to the region next weekend as he promotes his new single and album.

Dan, former guitarist with The Darkness, who now forms part of the Stone Gods, will be performing at the Waterfront in Norwich next Sunday before the band's album Silver Spoons and Broken Bones is released on Integral/PIAS on July 7.

Unfortunately though, Dan's school friend and band mate Ed Graham will not be performing at next weekend's gig due to an emergency health issue.

June has been a busy month for the band, but their planned tour of the country had to be delayed when Ed fell ill. Performances in Liverpool, Cardiff and Bristol all had to be cancelled as the drummer could not take to the stage.

Robin Goodridge, friend of the band and former member of Bush, has now been brought in and the tour has managed to go ahead, including successful performances at the Download and Isle of Wight festivals.

As with the previous tour in January, it will again be brought to a close with a performance at the Waterfront in Norwich, but before that the band's next single Knight of the Living Dead is released this Monday.

For information on the band visit www.stonegods.co.uk and for ticket information for the Waterfront gig call 01603 508050.

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