Festive 'Jam' date moved

This year's Christmas Jam at Diss Corn Hall will instead take place on Friday, November 14, under the banner of The Big Birthday Bash. Denny Newman, formerlandlord of the Mellis Railway Tavern, promises a rhythm and blues concert to match the previous six gigs he has presented, which have featured former Bluesbreaker and Rolling Stone, Mick Taylor, 1960s icons The Yardbirds and Zoot Money, and Denny's own band The Regulars.

This year's Christmas Jam at Diss Corn Hall will instead take place on Friday, November 14, under the banner of The Big Birthday Bash.

Denny Newman, former

landlord of the Mellis Railway Tavern, promises a rhythm and blues concert to match the previous six gigs he has presented, which have featured former Bluesbreaker and Rolling Stone, Mick Taylor, 1960s icons The Yardbirds and Zoot Money, and Denny's own band The Regulars.

This year's concert will be headlined by one of the hottest live acts on the UK and


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European gig circuit, Nine Below Zero, whose line-up includes Gerry McAvoy and Brendon O'Neil from the Rory Gallagher Band.

Details of the band can be

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found at www.ninebelowzero.com

The concert will follow its normal format with The Regulars, featuring keyboard maestro Max Middleton, and their guests to be confirmed.

Doors open at 7pm and advance tickets for The Big Birthday

Bash are £15 from the Tourist Information Centre, Mere St, Diss

(telephone 01379 650523) The Greyhound, Botesdale, No 13 Wine Bar, Market Hill, Diss, or by post.

Further details on 01379 898069, and people are

advised to book early as the gig often sells out.

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