1960s Memphis Soul Music

SATURDAY 7th August  7.30pm
at St.Botolph’s Church, Trunch

An evening of hand-clapping, foot-tapping, even dancing in the aisle!

The hot 9-piece soul band will be playing 1960s Memphis Soul hits, with some Blues and Motown, as recorded by artists including Otis Redding, The Drifters,  Etta James, Tina Turner, Sam & Dave, Eddie Floyd and Wilson Pickett.

 The Mynx Soul Band band traces its origins back to the late 1960’s when six friends were in a successful band in Essex playing Soul Music. 

 Over the years the members of the band lost touch with one another, but about 7 years ago one of the members initiated a successful search for the other five original members. Two of these had emigrated (one to Jamaica and one to Australia), but the other four original members (John Lane, Derek Haynes, Jonathan George and John Orley) were reunited, and five younger members joined the reformed band.


From Trimingham, Norfolk
Derek Haynes – Tenor and Baritone Saxes

From Finedon, Northamptonshire
Di Elvers – Vocals
Brian McDermott – Vocals
Jonathan George – Hammond organ
Paul Rothe – Guitar

From Gidea Park, Essex
John Lane – Bass (the leader of the band)

From London
Tim Allen – Trombone
Dave Allen – Trumpet

From East Bridgeford, Nottinghamshire
John Orley – Drums

The performance took  place in  St. Botolph’s Church in Trunch.
With a licensed bar. The audience were seated with social distancing of 1 meters. 
Face Masks had to be be worn all the time

The number of places is limited. Pre-booking only. Tickets – £15.
Tickets were available by phone 01692 402 624 or from Trunch Corner Stores  (t.01263 722072).

All proceeds are donated to Trunch and Swafield Church restoration projects.