BLUES and rock band First Offence play a gig at The Broomfield Tavern on Friday, June 29.
The three-piece - Jack Hammer on drums, singer and bass player Rob Hall on vocals and bass, and Bumpy Rhoades on guitar - take their 28th anniversary tour to the pub in Spon End ahead of their appearance at several summer festivals.
Formed in 1984, the band has released three albums and are considered one of the leading blues/rock bands in the UK.
They play a mix of their own songs and covers by artists such as Rory Gallagher, Johnny Winter, Jimmi Hendrix and ZZ Top.
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