Duran & A Band Called Malice

Corn Exchange Theatre, Broad Street, Stamford, PE9 1PX
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    Originally formed in 1999, Duran have maintained their reputation as one the most respected and established Durn Duran tribute bans in the world. Duran have played across Europe for such as Butlins, Pontins, Warner Leisure Breaks, Chicago Rock café, Grosvenor Casinos, Glastonbuget, Fake Festivals, Rewind and have also featured on ITV, Net.TV, and BBC radio.

    The authentic sound of Duran Duran is faithfully reproduced using the same equipment as used in the studio by the real band, to recreate the sound with as much accuracy as possible. As fans of Duran Duran the band aim to provide audiences with as genuine an experience as they themselves would expect.

    A Band Called Malice are a The Jam tribute band emulating the antics and energy of the famous mod rockers. From the amazing guitar work to the brash drums, they are every bit the original and will have audiences of all sizes jumping to their punk anthems. The Jam are a national treasure. Standing apart from punk bands of the 70s and 80s, The Jam were known for incorporating contemporary modes to establish a cutting-edge sound. Referencing the likes of The Who, The Kinks and various Motown artists, The Jam released timeless singles like ’That’s Entertainment’, ‘The Eton Rifles’, and ‘English Rose’ and are a favourite amongst generations of music lovers.

    A Band Called Malice was formed by Andy Coultas after years of professional performance as a soloist and in bands. Andy picked up the guitar after leaving school and never looked back. Over 30 years of experience playing the guitar in live bands, punk bands, rock bands, and cover bands, Andy has seen it all from weddings to festivals. It was after his 10-year stint as frontman for tribute band The Jam’d that Andy formed A Band Called Malice spending years sorting through contacts to find the finest musicians.


    General £26.50

    Opening Times

    Date From: 05/10/2024

    Date To: 05/10/2024

    Saturday7:30 pm

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