The hills are alive with the Sound of Music - and it's Rock 'n' Roll
The Coleman family are "The Class of 58" and consists of Howie (Dad) on Guitar/Vocals Chris (Mum) on Double Bass/Vocals, and their sons Johnny, on Drums/Vocals and Davie on Piano/Harmonica/Vocals.
Don't be put off by the fact that half the band are still at school, because these guys can really rock - as Charlie Gracie once said; "They sound like they've been playing together for forty years!"
"The Class of '58 is one of the most versatile, hardworking, if not unique bands on the Rock 'n' Roll scene today, and this is reflected in their set, playing a wide variety of styles - everything from classic Rock 'n' Roll, Rockabilly and Jive, to their increasingly popular DooWop/Accapella numbers - and there's even a little harmonica thrown in!
Whether you want to dance, or just watch the show, this is the band for you, and a great night is guaranteed.
The hills are alive with the sound of music?
The Von Trapps never sounded like this!!!