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Covers band excited for Dagenham Roundhouse gig

PUBLISHED: 11:00 13 January 2017

Essex-based covers band Expose are hoping to get the crowd dancing at the Dagenham Roundhouse tomorrow night.

The five-piece, who play a mix of genres, will be bringing a varied set list, including some of the biggest hits from the past few decades, to their regular gig spot in Lodge Avenue.

They will be playing songs from the likes of Queen, Metallica, The Killers, James Bay and even Adele at the iconic music venue, which once hosted Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.

Keyboard player Peter Finch said: “We play pretty much everything from Bruno Mars to Motorhead.

“It’s always a good night and nice crowd down there and we just really enjoy the gigs.”

Expose, who formed 30 years ago, will be playing once a month at the venue throughout the year and have a good idea of what requests they should expect.

“Everybody always asks for Zombie by The Cranberries and Queen’s Radio Ga Ga wherever we play it seems,” Peter added.

Expose will take to the stage at 8pm. Free entry – call 020 3441 5525 for more information.

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