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The Wes Paul Band / Press

"The British Invasion" comes to Montgomery's Alley Bar Satur­day when the venue plays host to a viewing party of the U.S. vs. Eng­land match of the World Cup broadcast. Advertisement Quantcast Even if you're not a football -- or, as we call it stateside, soccer -- hooligan, there's plenty of jolly fun after the game. First, the Wes Paul Band, the house band of Liverpool's The Cav­ern Club, will play, followed from 9 p.m. to midnight by The Return: A Beatles Tribute. The group re-creates the experience of seeing a live Beatles show in the '60s.

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“A LOOK at things to do and see and places to go around the region in the run up to Christmas. Todmorden The next Caldercats live rock 'n' roll show at the Conservative Club will take place on Friday December 14 at 8pm, featuring the Wes Paul Band and guests.”

“A MOTORCYCLE club is holding a "Summer Christmas Party" at a Calder Valley bar in memory of one of its members who died last year. Early next Sunday morning, August 24, 125 Bikers Club members will leave Big D's bikers' bar in Halifax Road, Todmorden, for Southport, returning at 4 pm for the party, with proceeds from the club's £5 tickets which have been sold to members for the event going to Christie's Hospital, Manchester. Live music will come in two forms, from Todmorden rock and roll outfit the Wes Paul Band (downstairs) and also classic rock band Anthem (in the evening, upstairs).”

“DANCING and singing will fill the town hall this weekend with the annual Polish Day celebrations. Traditional food, dancing and fun activities for children will add extra life to the colourful event at Todmorden Town Hall this Saturday between 2pm and 6.30pm. William Okanga-Awang, chairman of Todmorden Polish Club, said: "This will be a multicultural day of food and fun. "There will be Irish dancing, Polish dancing, singing, rock and roll, and glorious food." The Wes Paul rock and roll band will bring their own brand of Polish song to the festivities with a rendition of the Polski Polka which is always popular.”

“BRUSH up your blue suede shoes, it's time to get rocking in the aisles! The Friends of Todmorden Unitarian church are hosting a family-friendly rock and roll fundraiser for two local charities next Friday, March 28 (6 pm to 10 pm). Musicians Wes and Rebecca Paul - also committee members - will be putting on some live music and there will also be a 50s and 60s disco to provide some extra sounds and benefit two charities, Todmorden In Bloom and the Polski Pals group”

“ROCK, funk and belly dancers will all take to the stage to raise money for Haiti next month. Event organiser, Rita Frayne, a singer with the Three Valleys’ Gospel Choir, one of the acts to perform at the event on Saturday, March 13, said she hoped to fill the 500 seater Hippodrome in Todmorden to raise hundreds of pounds for Haiti.Confirmed acts on the bill are rock and funk band Share the Blame, Tribal Belly Dancers from Halifax, the Wes Paul Band, as well as the gospel choir and a variety of guest artists.”

“A VARIETY of musicians and dancers took to the stage to raise money for the Haiti earthquake appeal. More than £1,000 was raised at the Benefit Concert for Haiti at the Hippodrome Theatre, Todmorden, on Saturday night. The Wes Paul Band ended the night with a selection of rock and roll, Elvis and Beatles numbers which had the audience dancing in the aisles.”

“IN Hebden Bridge the Trades Club joins forces with the town's Music Centre store on Friday, June 20, for a night of the best sounds the region's musicians have to offer in a "Battle of the Bands." From 7.30 pm it's wall to wall music in a three-hour session featuring six bands, each playing a half hour slot starting with Widgykeff, followed by The Wes Paul Band, Unrelated Incidents, The Incacell, Kill to Gain, and Headstone”