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Meldreth music lovers get set to Chase the Ace

PUBLISHED: 15:09 26 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:14 26 November 2016

Chase the Ace.

Chase the Ace.

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Meldreth is getting ready to rock with top music from Chase The Ace tonight.

The group are a hard-rocking phenomenon hailing from Israel – with British reinforcement on lead guitar.

They are said to bring a slick, modern twist to hard rock and they have played at festivals and on tours in the UK and Europe.

In their short time in existence, Chase The Ace managed to conquer rock charts around the world, launched debut album Are You Ready? and follow-up Hell Yeah! was released in November 2015.

They embarked on six headlining European tours in seven countries, all while raising hell on stages across the UK.

Chase The Ace turn every gig into a rock’n’roll party ‘with chicks on stage and guitar solos on the bar’.

The band’s special guests on the night are Southampton’s The Smokin’ Prophets and Belfast rockers Maverick.

The rockband trio will will be playing at Melbourn Rock Club based at the Eternit Sports & Social Club in Whaddon Road, Meldreth from 8pm tonight.

Tickets are £7 and available to buy on the door or the can be reserved by calling 01763 260250.

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