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Upcoming Dates 2016:

  • Monday January 4th, The Red Lion Norton
  • Friday January 8th, The Normanby Hotel, Normanby
  • Friday January 22nd, O'Grady's, Redcar
  • Saturday February 16th, The Yorkshire Lass, Marske
  • Friday April 8th, The Normanby Hotel, Normanby
  • Friday May 13th, O'Grady's, Redcar
  • Saturday June 11th, The Yorkshire Lass, Marske
  • Monday July 18th, The Red Lion, Norton
  • Friday August 26th, The Normanby Hotel, Normanby
  • Friday September 16th, O'Grady's, Redcar
  • Friday October 28th, The Normanby Hotel,Normanby
  • Friday December 9th, O'Grady's, Redcar

Tim in action - The Frigate, Marske, Jan 2015

Radar Love at The Frigate Marske Jan 2015

Phil & Jeff - The Frigate January 2015

The Yorkshire Lass, Saturday May 19th, 2012.

The Chevrons made their debut at "The Lass" with Phil MacFarlane doing a great job deputising in the drum seat for Mel Davis.  The band's roots in blues-rock, glam rock and a hint of psychedelia combine to produce a thick, powerful sound characterised by extended guitar solos, driving bass lines, emphatic beats, full on vocals and overall LOUDNESS!   Ressurecting hard rock classics from Free, Bad Company, The Who and Thin Lizzy, the band also show light and shade with pieces from The Sweet, T-Rex, David Bowie and (my favourite) a cameo of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues".  I'd recommend that you come and be entertained by this very talented five piece band and I'm sure you will agree with me that wherever they appear they guarantee a magical night of timeless and powerful music - not to be missed!

Review by Moira Sawdon.

The Moorcock, Peterlee, December 2011, (by Susan Moss).

When I saw the advert for the Chevrons on at the Moorcock i thought that they might be a 50,s Rocka-Billy and Rock & Roll band. However, although the lads from Teeside have been around the block, turns out the specialise in 70's Pop Rock and one or two from other Decades.

They performed expertly with a tight knit sound, including numbers from Deep Purple, Thin Lizzy, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Free and T Rex. Good vocals and harmonies all-round, complemented by both guitarists singing lead vocals individually.  Great covers by Spencer Davis and Johnny Cash. Another good night at the Moorcock highlighted for me with a cover of the Sweet's Love is like Oxygen.


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