BurySound continues with first ever heat at Haverhill Arts Centre

Bury-based Kyanos, who won heat two of BurySound. Picture: ALEX COE

Bury-based Kyanos, who won heat two of BurySound. Picture: ALEX COE - Credit: Archant

The first two heats of a popular Bury St Edmunds music competition – which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year – have now been completed.

Bury-based Kyanos, who won heat two of BurySound. Picture: ALEX COE

Bury-based Kyanos, who won heat two of BurySound. Picture: ALEX COE - Credit: Archant

Music-lovers enjoyed a packed-out evening at the Hunter Club in Bury St Edmunds last Friday for heat two of BurySOUND, which champions new bands and artists in the area.

Bury-based 70s-influenced psychedelic quartet Kyanos were announced as the evening’s winners and will go through to the grand final at the Apex on Friday, March 9, alongside heat one victors Organ of Corti.

The competition continues this Friday at Haverhill Arts Centre with The Fifths, Heathen, Indecision, Saltfen, Shannon Elsden and heat three’s special guest headliner Stretch Soul Gang from Sudbury.

It is the first time a BurySound heat has taken place at Haverhill Arts Centre and doors open at 6.30pm. All ages are welcome but under 14s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Stretch Soul Gang from Sudbury, who are the special guests at heat three of BurySound. Picture: TARY

Stretch Soul Gang from Sudbury, who are the special guests at heat three of BurySound. Picture: TARYN DRISCOLL - Credit: Archant

Tickets cost £5 and are available from www.whatsonwestsuffolk.co.uk


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