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Pop star Fraz returns to Pinchbeck Village Hall

Singer and guitarist Fraz from '70s pop band St Cecilia is making another appearance at Pinchbeck Village Hall on Friday (November 9), promising to get audiences on their feet.

After leaving the band, Chris 'Fraz' Frazier turned to a solo career, playing live shows and covering well-known tunes from the '60s and '70s, writes Patrick Walsh.

From the Beatles to Bowie and Elvis Costello to T-Rex, Fraz’s set has a song for everyone,and expect a show that’s going to get the audience moving.

Fraz, who is playing at Pinchbeck Village Hall on Friday. (5168791)
Fraz, who is playing at Pinchbeck Village Hall on Friday. (5168791)

His band, St Cecilia, were well known in the '70s for the 1971 hit, Leap Up and Down (Wave Your Knickers in the Air) which reached number 12 and stayed there for 17 weeks.

“He used to attend the social club regularly about 20 years ago,” said promoter Alan Hansard explaining how Fraz became well known in the area.

And he said that it's due to popular demand that Fraz is returning once again to entertain Pinchbeck with a show for listeners of both new music and old classics.

Tickets are expected to sell well. Entry is £5 on the door and there is a licensed bar and a raffle. Doors open at 7.30pm.


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