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1970s band in tune with today

PUBLISHED: 10:56 21 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:24 06 July 2010

Dr. Feelgood

Dr. Feelgood

A UNIQUE band will bring their exciting live rhythm and blues act to the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft this Sunday.

Dr. Feelgood formed in Essex in the 1970s and they remain a big draw with audiences today with their raw and uncompromising sound and style.

A UNIQUE band will bring their exciting live rhythm and blues act to the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft this Sunday.

Dr. Feelgood formed in Essex in the 1970s and they remain a big draw with audiences today with their raw and uncompromising sound and style.

They enjoyed chart success with their album Stupidity, and a string of hit singles including Roxette, Back in the Night, Milk and Alcohol, Down at the Doctors, She Does it Right, Going Back Home and See You Later Alligator.

The current line up features Kevin Morris on drums, Phil Mitchell on bass, Steve Walwyn on guitar and Robert Kane on vocals.

They continue to tour extensively throughout the world, delighting crowds with the vitality of their live show.

Before this there are just three more chances to see the Lowestoft Players' production of the musical classic South Pacific at the theatre.

Lauren Major and Chris Moore star in the legendary Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. It will be performed at 7.30pm tonight and tomorrow, with a special matinee at 2.30pm tomorrow. For tickets call 01502 533200.


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