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It's the truth -- Keighley has a new supergroup!
11:18am Wednesday 11th April 2012 in Bands
Keighley "supergroup" Pravda will make its live debut this month supporting fellow hometown band Anne-Marie Hurst.
The rock band is made up of four local musicians who have been performing for many decades stop who began his musical career in the late 60s.
Singer and guitarist Ashley Cartwright is renowned for fronting The Shakes in the early 1980s and writing New Model Army single 51st State.
Bassist Steve Wilson has been playing since at least the mid-70s, including The Shakes, and for more than two decades has performed with The Big Bang.
Drummer Pete Kaberry has been in many notable local bands since the 1960s including Kaboss, Dawnwatcher and Big Eyed Beans.
Keyboard player Karl Heinz was a member of Skeletal Family during the early 1980s when it was rising to fame on the goth music scene.
Pravda have been writing and rehearsing for about 12 months, and will debut at the gig on April 27 at the new Exchange Arts Centre, Russell Street, Keighley.
Book tickets are on 01535 603136.