WHETHER you were alive and aware in the 1960s and enjoyed the ‘British invasion’, or whether your era is more recent, you’ll enjoy the Generators’ UK Rock Show this Saturday, March 25.
Firing up the Riverstone-Schofields Memorial Club at Riverstone the show spans from the 60s to the early 2000s.
The show progresses chronologically from the Beatles and Stones to the Spencer Davis Group and the Kinks, through the 70s with T-Rex, Status Quo, Queen and Rod Stewart, to the 80s with Robert Palmer and Billy Idol.
The show winds up with atmospheric Welsh band Stereophonics, and for this gig only, a short tribute to the late Chuck Berry in honour of his kickstarting the whole rock ‘n’ roll phenomenon.
The UK Rock Show is sandwiched between two energetic and popular sets of the Generators’ classic rock. The whole evening runs from 8.30pm-midnight and is free.
The show will feature the mighty vocals of the band’s new singer Mark Huxley.