Straight Shooters
Straight Shooters

Friday, June 6, sees the sounds of the the 1970s return to the Grand Pavilion in Matlock Bath.

The gig will feature a tribute to Free and Bad Company, two giants of the 70s rock era, to be performed by Straight Shooters.

This is a charity fundraising event in aid of the event, costing £5 a ticket in advance or £7 on the door.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8.30pm show.

Hit after hit from these two legendary bands is brought together by three talented musicians.

Kev Moore, Michael Koch and Stef Cybichowski are Straight Shooters.

They bring the best of Free and Bad Company’s music to life with a high standard of musicianship and professionalism.

There will be no smoke and mirrors here, just real songs played by real musicians.

They have a commitment to “keeping that 70s vibe intact” as hits such as Feel like Makin’ Love, Wishing Well, Alright Now and Can’t Get Enough are dusted down and delivered with delight.

Kev, Michael and Stef share a wealth of experience from decades performing around the world.

With No. 1 Yellow River hitmakers Christie, Kev Moorehas played all over the world, for the last 25 years.

He also appeared on ITV’s Stars in their Eyes as Thin Lizzy legend Phil Lynott.

Mike Koch has also toured worldwide with Les McKeown’s Bay City Rollers.

He now runs a successful recording studio in London.

Stef Cybichowski is a respected session drummer who has worked with Crowded House legends Neil and Tim Finn, and played for 80s band After the Fire.

Kev played in the Pavilion in the 80s.

Now, thanks to his dad Vernon, organisers of the venue’s concerts have brought him back.

Vernon is putting on this soulful rockin’ event as a discounted night. The band is doing it as a Pavilion fundraiser.

Tickets are available from the Mining Museum at the Grand Pavilion and Matlock Music Shop and online via

n The next film at Calver Film will be screenedon Thursday, June 12, at 7.30pm.

The venue is Calver Village Hall and the event coincide with the AGM. Everyone is welcome and the groupwill be able to present its programme for the following season.

The film will be Philomena, starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan.

It is the story of how a world weary journalist finds out about a women’s search for her son, who was taken away from her when she was pregnant and forced to live in a convent

Membership for ten films plus extras such as subsidised tickets for Live and Local events costs £20 a season. Guests accompanied by members cost £5 each. Past shown DVDs of films can be borrowed by members. For further details call Denise Hall 01433 630760.