Bay City Rollers to play Somerset gig

PUBLISHED: 20:00 25 September 2018

The Bay City Rollers are making a welcome return to the Cheese & Grain in Somerset.

Due to popular demand, the band will perform at the venue again on October 6.

The band has sold a phenomenal 300 million records worldwide, and they are also known for having an army of followers who dress in tartan scarves, flares and platform shoes.

Les McKeown, Eric Faulkner, Stuart Wood and Alan and Derek Longmuir recorded a re-make of Rememember (Sha La La La) which began their meteoric rise into the big time.

Further massive hits include Shang-A-Lang, Summerlove Sensation, All Of Me Loves All Of You, Bye Bye Baby, Love Me Like I Love You, I Only Want To Be With You and Love Me Like I Love You rocketed them to the highest selling act in the UK.

Tickets for the gig at the venue in Frome’s Justice Lane, priced £20, are available online at www.cheeseandgrain.com

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