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Big date for teenage band

PUBLISHED: 16:11 26 March 2008 | UPDATED: 08:54 13 July 2010

A teenage band from north Norfolk has its biggest gig so far tonight when it appears as a support act at the Waterfront venue in Norwich.

Liquid Fury is an indie-pop trio from Dilham who have cut their performing teeth at local fetes and pubs.

A teenage band from north Norfolk has its biggest gig so far tonight when it appears as a support act at the Waterfront venue in Norwich.

Liquid Fury is an indie-pop trio from Dilham who have cut their performing teeth at local fetes and pubs.

They are brothers Ant and Edd Bullinger, aged 19 and 17, and friend Matt Stefanyszyn, who is 15.

The Bullinger boys are currently studying media and art courses at Paston College, while Matt is at Langley School in Loddon.

The band was formed when the brothers moved to Norfolk two years ago, and as evolved from playing punk and classic rock covers to writing their own material.

They are playing at the Waterfront tonight at 7.30pm as support to headliners Fortune Rookie. For more information about the band, and to hear some of their songs, visit their site at www.myspace.com/liquidfuryrock


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