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Memphis soul band to return to Thorpe Market

PUBLISHED: 10:41 08 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:04 08 September 2018

The Mynx Memphis Soul Band will return to Thorpe Market in November. Picture: Supplied

The Mynx Memphis Soul Band will return to Thorpe Market in November. Picture: Supplied

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A popular Memphis soul band is set to return to Thorpe Market in November following last year’s success.

The Mynx Memphis Southern Soul Band will perform at St Margaret’s Church in Thorpe Market on Saturday November 17.

The 10 piece band comprises brass, keyboard, drums, saxophones, guitars and vocals, including male and female lead vocals.

They will perform classic soul songs and the event also includes a bar and hot snacks.

St Margaret’s Church can be found on Church Road, Thorpe Market, Norwich, NR11 8UA.

Advance tickets for the event are £10.00 but can also be purchased on the door for £12.

Doors and the bar will open at 7.15pm.

To book tickets contact Margaret Hunter by emailing info@thorpemarket.org.uk.

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