EXPERIENCED local musicians are back by popular demand for the next Groovy Happening on Saturday, November 4.

Playing the Haworth live music night at the Parkside Social Club in Butt Lane will be Radio City, Emily Falls, and John Bruce & Friends.

Radio City, the headliners, are described as a six-piece party band playing music guaranteed to make people boogie on down to a medley of Tamla, soul and funk.

Club spokesman Ann Wiles said: “Groovy favourites Emily Falls never fail to impress with their unique musical arrangements featuring powerful vocals from Elli and superb musicianship from ‘her boys’ on guitar, bass and drums.

“John Bruce, an experienced solo acoustic act with a huge repertoire of music from folk to pop, will be fronting John Bruce & Friends with Simon Goddard playing lead guitar, Ian Cunningham on bass guitar and Steve Gibson on drums.

“John Bruce & Friends will perform a good selection of covers from pop to rock at the Groovy.

“Stonepark is a new acoustic duo appearing at Groovy Happening for the first time, featuring singer-songwriter Natalie Johnstone on vocals backed by Saltaire music teacher Andy Parkinson on acoustic guitar.”

The Groovy Happening is at usual at the Parkside Social Club in Butt Lane, Haworth. Doors will open at 7.30pm in plenty of time for the music to start.

Admission to the venue is £3, and just like at all Groovy Happenings there will be disco and raffle in aid of Manorlands.