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The Sixty Watt Club
They took the 1996 Leominster Fringe Festival by storm at the tender age of 13.
The Sixty Watt Club formed in December 2005 when singer/songwriter Will Hicks began jamming with his brother, JJ, on drums.
The third member of the band, Josh Watkins, was snapped up after Will saw him playing bass with the band Stryder, in a local battle of the bands competition.
The Sixty Watt Club reunites the lads from The Breadsnappers, who played at the Leominster Fringe Festival in 1996 when they were just 13-years-old.
Josh describes the sound of the band: "Our music is striking in its freshness and originality, combining influences from modern blues, Motown soul-funk and classic rock to create something that is not only powerful and energetic, but also melodic and soulful.
"A cheeky swaggering groove meets with a good-time vibe and invasive hooks, to give you tunes you just cant help feeling good about!"
After a brief spell apart, the band are now back together.
You can listen to all the latest music from across the two counties on the Friday Session Introducing... every week from 7pm, on BBC Hereford & Worcester.
last updated: 16/01/2009 at 23:16
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