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Clubbing: The Loveable Rogues.

TALENT show hopefuls THE LOVEABLE ROGUES are in Stockton this weekend.

The trio - who recently made the final of Britain's Got Talent - are at Glam tonight.

The Loveable Rogues are described as "three charming boys from three different backgrounds of both music and culture fusing together".

Eddie, Sonny and T have performed at gigs around the UK and last year the lads won The Jack Wills Unsigned Competition 2010 from which they received the opportunity to perform at the prestigious Jack Wills Varsity Polo Event.

This year, they wowed Simon Cowell and co on talent show Britain's Got Talent.

The boys performed their witty self-penned song Lovesick at the audition stages.

They performed the catchy song once again in the semi-finals.

And in the final they sang Honest - another original tune - which was received with fantastic comments.

The boys had been considered among the favourites for the competition but fell at the final hurdle.

Although, music guru Simon Cowell has since reportedly signed them up to a huge deal on his Syco record label.

Paul Laver, general manager of Glam, said: "The Loveable Rogues will be third act we have had from this years Britain's Got Talent at GLAM Stockton, we have certainly saved the best till last!

"The interest for this night has been overwhelming, so I suggest that anyone that wants to see the boys perform live, to get down early tonight."

VIP tickets - which include a meet and greet with the band - are available for tonight's gig, priced at pounds 8.

THE LOVEABLE ROGUES Glam, Stockton tonight pounds 5/pounds 8

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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Jun 29, 2012
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