Top Floor Productions & Billericay Town FC proudly present P45 (previously known as The Coverup) back at New Lodge for another great night of live music plus super silky sounds from resident DJ.....Mr Blockhead
Formed as a music project two years ago by Jack Kendall (star of ITV's Bad Lads Army) and friend Neil Reed (guitar) the Mod/Ska/Soul band started life on the toilet circuit of Essex and London's pub and club scene. There were a few lineup changes before talented songwriter Rob Sigston (bass) jumped on board, aswell as Joe Green (nephew of legendary guitaist Peter Green) playing sax. Along came drummer Dustin Burgess (veteran of countless ska bands and Madness tribute) and 'The Coverup' were born. The Coverup then enjoyed massive gigs supporting Bruce Foxton's FROM THE JAM at the Brighton Centre, they also supported BAD MANNERS, THE BEAT, and THE COCKNEY REJECTS to name but a few. It was during this time that Rob (who's previous efforts enjoyed Radio1 air play) started to write songs such as 'Top Floor' and 'London Boys City Girls'. After collaborating with Garry Bushell they released an album featuring Buster Bloodvessel for Help the Heroes charity. The band started to build notoriety for their energetic performances and original music. Now owing to advice from the music industry execs they have changed their band name to 'P45' - a gritty reflection of modern times in Britian. P45 are a Mod/Ska/Original band fronted by 'larger than life' Jack Kendall, a band with a story to tell....
There are still a few seats available on the BTSA supporters coach to Met Police. Seats will go on a first-come, first-served basis on the day. To be sure, please book as below. For those travelling, the clubhouse will be open as usual.
Met Police - Saturday 8th October Depart New Lodge: 12.30PM Leave Met Police: 5:15PM Cost: £13 Adults - £6 Under 16's
Billericay Town Under 18's progressed into the FA Youth Cup 3rd Qualifying Round with a 2-1 victory over East Thurrock United at New Lodge. They will now face either Boreham Wood or Bishop's Stortford away.
Over the past few months Steve Browne has found it increasingly difficult to fully commit to his job as assistant Manager. His son has successfully passed through our u15 Norwich Academy and is now training at Norwich City three times a week. Steve has also Changed job which often demands he works late. Due to these changes in circumstance Steve was unable to dedicate the time and commitment we require.
Kevin (Rambo) Ramsey, and Paul Halsey have been appointed as joint assistant managers.