Local boy band to perform at Lions Show

2015-06-25 06:01
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Chewing the Hornet (from left) Daniel, Sean, Alan and Derek will feature at the South Coast Lions Show.

PHOTO: supplied Chewing the Hornet (from left) Daniel, Sean, Alan and Derek will feature at the South Coast Lions Show.

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CHEWING the Hornet, a band made up of local musicians who have a passion for rock, rocking out and having a good time doing it, will feature at the South Coast Lions Expo on Friday, 10 July at 9pm in the SAB entertainment tent.

Its members are your neighbours, friends, people you bump into in the street or do business with on different levels however, when you see them on stage, you might change your views on who you think they are.

It is all about having a good time and seeing people have a good time with them and the band does not take itself too seriously.

There is a an element of danger in this approach as just about anything can happen at a show, but this is what keeps it fresh and exciting.

The band has entertained audiences at the 2013 Margate Spring Razzle and the 2014 Lions Show.

They have also performed at intimate venues such as the Rock in Umzumbe and the Port Shepstone Country Club.

No matter the setting or the size of the audience, the aim of the band has always to look into the crowd and see people relate to the vibe and music that the Hornets cover.

The band covers a variety of songs from the early days of rock to modern songs done in their unique way and there is something for everyone.

The band has promised its fan base some new music and an interesting show that will keep the audience on their toes and on the tables.

Entrance to the entertainment tent is free however, normal gate entry costs will apply. - Supplied

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