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Neo-rockabiliy, voodoo beats and surf music


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Date: Friday 25 January 2019
Venue: Qudos    map
Address: 38 Castle Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1BN
Event: Roughcuts - 9.30-11.30pm - The Roughcuts website: The Roughcuts on Facebook: Neo-rockabiliy, voodoo beats and surf music. The Roughcuts are a south coast based, 50's inspired rock'n'roll group that play a mix of classic covers and energetic originals to get you on your feet. They take their inspiration from many different genres of music from Eddie Cochrane to the Dead Kennedys, to Glen Campbell to The Cramps - the result of this bizarre mix of influence is 'ROUGHTCUT ROCK'. Originally formed as a traditional Rockabilly outfit, they quickly evolved into something very different, something more modern and yet with the 1950's roots still clearly evident.
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