Beats ’n’ pieces

PUBLISHED: 09:14 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:37 06 May 2010

# TOWERS of London hit the news stands when Donny Tourette fled from the Big Brother house and now they are hitting a stage in Herts – hopefully he won t do a runner at The Junction, Cambridge, on Monday, March 5! If you like more surly strutting than a d

# TOWERS of London hit the news stands when Donny Tourette fled from the Big Brother house and now they are hitting a stage in Herts - hopefully he won't do a runner at The Junction, Cambridge, on Monday, March 5! If you like more surly strutting than a drag queen on prom night mixed in with glitter punk riffs and glam rock action then this gig's for you!

# GET Cape.Wear Cape.Fly will be at David's Music Shop in Letchworth GC on Thursday, March 8, performing songs and signing albums and the new single I Spy. The album was recently certified silver, clocking up 60,000 sales, and there is also a nomination for Best Solo Artist at the NME Awards coming up. www.mys pace.com/getcapewearcapefly

# SHOULDER problems meant Tom McConville's future as a fiddler looked bleak until he discovered Alexander technique. After a full recovery he became a practitioner himself and helped many other musicians. Tom is taking to the stage as part of McConville Mann Jones on March 14 at Baldock and Letchworth Folk Club.

# FLAMBOYANT Bella's MySpace site states "..Aint got no rules coz we're crazy cool." And the Hitchin based group, who have refused to be pigeon holed, are going from strength to strength with their "infectious pop, indie recklessness and dance floor fillers."

www.myspace.com/flamboyantbella

# BOOKING now - Gaurav Mazumdar, the composer and sitar player, will be appearing at St Christopher's School in Letchworth GC on March 23. The proceeds from the cross-cultural event, in association with the Ravidassia Community Centre, will go to nominated charities in India.


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