Dr Feelgood to perform in Peterborough

14:18 29 May 2014

The band will play at the Key Theatre on Friday night.

The band will play at the Key Theatre on Friday night.

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Rhythm and Blues favourites Dr Feelgood will take to the stage at the Key Theatre, Peterborough.

On Friday (May 31), the group will perform renditions of their string of hit singles including Roxette, Back in the Night, Milk and Alcohol, and Down at the Doctors.

Formed on Canvey Island in Essex in the early 1970s the band remains one of the most popular live rhythm and blues acts in the world.

The current line-up features Kevin Morris on drums, Phil Mitchell on bass, and Steve Walwyn on guitar.

Vocalist Robert Kane (formerly of The Animals) is the most recent addition – joining in 1999 after the tragic death of Lee Brilleaux.

INFORMATION: Starts at 7.30pm. Tickets £18.50 from 01733 207239 or www.vivacity-peterborough.com/venues/key-theatre.

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