Ten-piece band’s debut gig will benefit youth section

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A band that formed last year will make its debut at The Salvation Army in Bourne on Saturday, March 22.

Local musician Guy Peverell originally created Inferno from a small group of five friends who came together to play music from the 1960s and 70s.

The band now has 10 members and includes vocalists and a horn section.

On this first date Inferno will perform much-loved and well-know hits from past times that will stir up memories and have everyone up on their feet dancing.

The event includes a disco and will start at 7.30pm.

The proceeds will go to The Salvation Army youth section which will enable them to attend this year’s summer school.

Everyone is welcome.

Tickets are £4 on the night from the Salvation Army Hall, Manning Road, Bourne.

A variety of snacks and non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase.