Legionnaires Club hosts ‘60’s nostalgia

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An evening of sixties nostalgia saw a packed line-up at Sleaford Legionnaires Club on Valentine’s Nght.

The sell-out festival had music lovers dancing all night. After a motown tribute singer to warm things up, first up of the touring sixties groups on the bill was The Union Gap.

They showed their professionalism with a polished set including hits such as Young Girl and Lady Willpower.

Their place was then taken by Vanity Fayre, who were equally entertaining, later joined by special guest Dave Berry who proved he has still got what it takes as a lead vocalist. The dance floor was packed and crowds were five deep at the bar all night.

The finale saw The Foundations bring a large array of musicians to the stage to round off an excellent evening.

All in all it was a good night attracting people from all around the area wanting to relive those younger days at the Gliderdrome and other such local venues. The only drawback was it was difficult to see the band when everyone was up and dancing.

GH.