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StoneWire confirmed for CRS stage at Cambridge Rock Festival 2016

StoneWire confirmed for CRS stage at Cambridge Rock Festival 2016

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The next band for our stage at Cambridge on Friday 5th August is StoneWire.StoneWire are a female fronted heavy Blues-Rock band who’s influences spread across many genres and the blend of Rock, Blues, Country and Heavy Metal produce something that has been described as classic Bri ...
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4th Labyrinth confirmed for CRS stage at Cambridge Rock Festival 2016

4th Labyrinth confirmed for CRS stage at Cambridge Rock Festival 2016

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The Cambridge Rock Festival returns this year after a break in 2015 and will again take place at the Haggis Farm Polo Club in Barton, Cambridgeshire from Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th August 2016.  The CRS is proud to be able to sponsor a stage for a day at the festival as we have for the last few ye ...
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November at the Classic Rock Society

November at the Classic Rock Society

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Before we start talking about our spectacular spring programme in earnest, we still have two excellent gigs to go in November:November 14th - Davy O'List Band plus Peter Jones (Tiger Moth Tales) at the Wesley Centre, Maltby.  This is a very rare gig from the the Nice guitarist and his excellent ban ...
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ROTHERHAM ROCKED!  The Classic Rock Society – The First 18 Years

ROTHERHAM ROCKED! The Classic Rock Society – The First 18 Years

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In 2009 Classic Rock Society founder Martin Hudson decided he had taken the CRS as far as he could. He co-founded the CRS back in 1991 with a meeting of classic rock fans at the Florence Nightingale pub on Moorgate Road, Rotherham. From this came a fanzine that evolved into an A4 sized colour glossy ...
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Great Night for IQ at Awards

Great Night for IQ at Awards

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IQ won 4 awards at the Classic Rock Society Awards at the Montgomery Hall in Wath on a night that also saw victories for Mostly Autumn, Cloud Atlas, Pete Trewavas, Clive Nolan, Johanne James, Steve Hackett, Moon Safari, Damian Wilson and Dave Roberts of the Cambridge Rock Festival.Gordon Giltrap was ...
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