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A night of rock and soul music with
Room 71, Emzy and the Souldiers, and Whistle Rose

Saturday 23 July 2022, 7.00pm (doors open 6.30pm)

Marden Church, Hereford HR1 3EN
Tickets £10, students £5, U16s free, on the door or in advance through the link. Open-air concert. Bring a blanket / chair and a picnic. Hotdogs and drinks available.  

Guitar concert

Three Herefordshire bands play covers of everything from soul to pop, rock, and indie rock, including U2, The Police, Journey, Daughter, Little Comets, Kansas, Amy Whitehouse, Aretha Franklin, Otis Reading, and some original songs by some of Herefordshire's finest young talent.  Come and rock the night away – headbangers and superannuated rockers especially welcome!!


Room 71 formed at Bishop's High School in Hereford, taking its name from their music teacher's classroom. They won the 2020 Hereford Performing Arts Festival (Rock and Pop category), and have played in pubs and festivals across the County including the Bulmer's Family Festival. The band, whose members are now studying music at university, are re-forming for tonight's concert. Expect a mix of rock and pop covers from bands such as The Police, Kansas, and  Journey.

Whistle Rose is a newly-formed student band playing a mix of indie, pop, and soft rock covers from bands such as U2, the Beatles, and The Little Comets.

Room 71.  Photograph by Charlie Hurdley

Emzy and the Souldiers.jpg

Emzy and the Souldiers are a newly-formed soul band who will showcase classic songs such as Otis Reading Try a Little Tenderness, Amy Winehouse Back to Black, and Aretha Franklin Chain of Fools.  They will also perform their first original track Separation Song.

Emzy and the Souldiers

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