A young band from Alford are set to play out their biggest gig so far next weekend, (Saturday, April 26) when they will play in front of around 500 people, at Louth Town Hall.
Formed in 2011, Two-Step combine R&B and soul style vocals, with funk grooves and jazz-inspired guitars.
Band members Arthur Wood (vocals), Zac Wilson (guitar), Jake Taylor (guitar), Scott McHamilton (bass) and Jacob Asar on drums
the young band have just released their debut EP, entitled, ‘Priceless’.
And the five-piece band are about to shoot their first music video.
Their big gig is with Scottish rock legends, ‘Big Country’ and the gig is in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society, which is the Lincolnshire Co-op’s charity of the year for 2014.
Big Country were formed in Dunfermline in 1981 and have had 15 Top 40 singles (In A Big Country, Fields of Fire, Wonderland, Look Away etc), and five Top Ten albums.
This will be Two-Step’s biggest ever gig, getting to share the stage with mult-million selling legends, and performing in front of 500 people.