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Rocking out at Savino Live

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More live music is coming to Larnaca’s liveliest rock bar as local bands prepare to take the stage. This Friday, The Ladderman band returns to Savino Live to perform music from their two albums as well as unreleased material.

Doors open at 10pm but it won’t be until 11pm that Andreas Mattheou, Rolandis Lazides, Stefanos Eliopoulos and Stelios Mosfiliotis take the stage. The heavy alternative rock group from Larnaca is influenced by bands such as Queens of the Stone Age, The Beatles, Tool, Kyuss, Led Zeppelin, Soundgarden and many others, though The Ladderman offers a different point of view with its compositions, fusing on various genres and combining an old school approach with a twist.

Saturday evening too will host a favourite local band: pop-rockers Fuse. Now extremely well-known around the island, the five-piece band often perform at bars and pubs with Savino Live being a usual spot. This May 14 they return to Larnaca for another explosive live set.

More live music evenings and performances are to follow at Savino throughout the summer but besides welcoming local bands on stage, July will host a different kind of music event at the bar. The Guns N’ Roses Experience is considered to be the UK’s top tribute band to the legendary rockers and on July 1 they will return to Savino Live for a memorable two-hour live set.

 

Savino Live

The Ladderman. May 13. Fuse. May 14. The Guns N’ Roses Experience. July 1. Savino Live, Larnaca. Doors open at 10pm, live music at 11pm. €10, €20 for Guns N’ Roses. Tel: 99-426011

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