Chopper Club rock night at the Michelin Club

THE Michelin Club in Ballymena will be rocking on Saturday, March 26 as the local branch of the Chopper Club is set to host the first event in these parts for a number of years.

The Chopper Club has been in Northern Ireland since the late 1970s, specialising in good bikes and having good times, the club will be hosting an excellent night of music at the Michelin club.

Kicking off the night are Gator Blood, a recently formed four piece rock ‘n’ blues band heavily influenced by AC/DC. They also do credit to a range of other rock and blues classics adding their own slant along the way. Gator Blood recently made their first appearance at the popular Ballymena BT Blues Club. The band proved so popular they are booked to return in September. An excellent band who are sure to make their mark over the coming months.

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Headline band Stonehouse made a name for themselves as the resident band in the BT Blues Club and have been busy of late playing gigs all around the province. The guys have been together for almost three years and specialise in driving guitar based classic rock and blues. A five piece, they consist of Chopper Club’s very own Looi on drums, Gary ‘Milky’ Agnew on guitar, Conor Crawford on Bass, Pat Conway on Saxophone and Spencer Jones on vocals. Their extensive set list includes classics from the likes of Free, Bad Company, Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Fleetwood Mac, ZZ Top and AC/DC to name but a few. Stonehouse are renowned for belting out the classics while adding their own twist to the recipe.

There will also be a rock disco, a raffle with an excellent range prizes and hot food. Entry is only £5 with doors opening at 8pm.

Live music will kick off at 9.30pm through until late. This is a night not to be missed, come along and experience the best in live rock and blues music.