ELVIS tribute act Eel Fish Parsley is urgently seeking a keyboard player.
The nine-piece band regularly play charity gigs, including the prestigious Shoreham community event Beach Dreams, and members are currently rehearsing for a charity gig in Bognor Regis in March, to help raise money for the Elizabeth Foundation, a charity for pre-school deaf children.
Gigs are divided up into a set of early years and movie songs, with the second set featuring the big Las Vegas numbers guaranteed to bring audiences to their feet.
The aim is to recreate the live Elvis experience spanning his entire career.
Elvis tribute artiste Burton Munday lives in Worthing and works in Shoreham as an account manager for a national gift company.
The band includes lead guitarist Dave Frost, who manages the Shoreham Centre and Andrew Mitchener from Worthing on bass guitar.
There are three backing vocalists – Janet Cuckney from Goring, teacher Hannah Kelly from Chichester and Kim Fry from Worthing.
Completing the current line-up is Shirley Paver from Shoreham on saxophone and drummer Ray Timms from Bognor Regis.
To complete the group, Eel Fish Parsley is looking for a keyboard player who has their own keyboard and who loves rock and roll, particularly Elvis’s music.
In addition to their charity performances, Eel Fish Parsley also plays at weddings, club nights and venues throughout Sussex.
They rehearse in Lancing on Wednesday evenings and occasionally on Sundays.
Eel Fish Parsley can be contacted by email at email@example.com, through the Eel Fish Parsley Facebook page, via the band’s website www.eelfishparsley.com or telephone 07790 329076 for an informal chat.
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