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Jump to the Beat at Farmers Boy, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 11:37 01 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:30 06 May 2010

THE Beatniks – aka Den and Jamie from The Overtures – are performing sixties covers and Beatles tracks when they appear at The Farmers Boy in London Road, St Albans, tonight (Thursday). On Saturday, Deaf Shepherd will be performing for the first time. The

THE Beatniks - aka Den and Jamie from The Overtures - are performing sixties covers and Beatles tracks when they appear at The Farmers Boy in London Road, St Albans, tonight (Thursday).

On Saturday, Deaf Shepherd will be performing for the first time. The four-piece covers band will be playing a mixture of well-loved classics from the last four decades. Both evenings kick off around 8.30pm.

Sunday finds The Farmers Boy hosting an informal acoustic evening at which all singers, musicians and spectators are invited from 8pm while next Thursday The Bob Villains return to the pub.

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