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Live for one night only at Saffron Walden Town Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust
Friday 23rd October 2009
Tickets: £10 - Doors Open 7.30


Red Express
Waaaaay back in the day, when ‘thatcher’ meant someone who fixed your roof, the funkiest soul-grooving band in the Home Counties went by the name Red Express. Times have changed, but here’s the good news: somehow, despite the travails of the age, the train refuses to stop rolling. Latest stop? Reformed for ONE NIGHT ONLY, Red Express will be playing Saffron Walden Town Hall on the 23rd October 2009. Tell your friends. Bring your mother. Grab the chance to stomp and cheer... Click HERE for the history.

Oooh. Fusion. Wassat when it’s home? OK, you’ve got those Herbie Hancock and George Duke records in the loft. But here in North-East Herts the pinnacle of fusion was a short-lived but reverentially-remembered beat combo known as Tracks. Made one EP, then disappeared without trace, somewhere between Red Express and Shakatak. But now they’re back – for ONE NIGHT ONLY, at Saffron Walden Town Hall on 23rd October 2009. And this really will only happen ONCE. So be there or be square... Click HERE for the history.

Saffron Jack
In the beginning, there was Rick Turk and a loose assortment of musos coming from all directions (Australia, Hertford, Bishops Stortford, and several points between) who somehow fused into the only band ever to be named after Saffron Walden. Now, for those with memories to recall and ears to hear, the Jack are back. For ONE NIGHT ONLY, at Saffron Walden Town Hall on 23rd October 2009. If you know who Steely Dan were, you really oughta come along...

Red Express