Thin Lizzy tribute band are back in town for Hertford gig
PUBLISHED: 20:29 19 October 2011 | UPDATED: 20:41 21 October 2011
FANS of Irish hard rockers Thin Lizzy should head to Hertford tomorrow (Thursday) night.
For Limehouse Lizzy, arguably the UK’s hardest working and best loved Thin Lizzy tribute band, are back in town for a gig at the Hertford Corn Exchange as part of the Classic Rock Club’s series of shows at the Fore Street venue.
Expect to hear the cream of Phil Lynott and co’s live tracks – including big hits Whiskey In The Jar, The Boys Are Back in Town and Jailbreak – with some classic album songs thrown in as well.
Lead singer Wayne Ellis is an uncanny ringer for the late Lynott.
Renowned for an action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Lynott and his band alive.
Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets priced £12.50 are available from 01992 584322 or via www.seetickets.com
* It’s a change of style the following night with Toyah taking to the Corn Exchange stage on Friday.
The I Want To Be Free singer will be performing tracks from her first three albums, Sheep Farming, The Blue Meaning and Anthem as part of her Classics Revisited Live tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of her breakthrough hit It’s A Mystery.
Tickets cost £20.
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