A three-piece rock band will be helping to provide live music entertainment at a sporting club's annual beer festival.
Dirty Rotten Souls will be performing at the Leek Hockey Club's major fund-raising event on the Saturday evening of the event which will run from Friday, April 18 until Sunday, April 20.
Dirty Rotten Souls are a three piece rock band from Staffordshire, with one band's members hailing from Leek.
The band consists of Mark Bailey as lead singer and guitarist, Danny Nicholson on drums and Mike Williams on bass, who lives in Leek.
Formed in 2012 Dirty Rotten Souls has been writing and gigging extensively.
They released an EP in January 2013 called the Disclosure Project. The single Devil On My Shoulder was released in November 2013 to critical acclaim.
Dirty Rotten Souls are now back recording this month as well as fitting in many gigs including headlining at The Exchange in Hanley.
The band's other gigs this month include at The Eagle Inn, Manchester on Saturday (April 11), The Asylum in Essex on April 16, and at The Underground in Stoke-on-Trent on April 26; as well as the Leek Hockey Club Beer Festival.
To find out more about the band go online to www.dirtyrottensouls.co.uk.
With real cask ales on offer, everyone is welcome to attend the Hockey Club's event which will run from 2pm until late on Friday (April 18); midday until late on Saturday (April 19); and midday until 9pm on the Sunday (April 20).
It will be strictly no admission to the festival after 11pm.
There will be Hog Roast baps on offer on the Friday night as well as the live music on the Saturday evening from Dirty Rotten Souls from 10pm until midnight. Popular Leek band One Million Fingers will also be performing, from 7pm until 9.30pm.