Then it's onto the originals and it's Northern Irish quartet the Screaming Eagles, one of our highlight bands of 2016, who have us up on the dancefloor and hand clapping along to their wall of sound rock.Everyone's favourite Legend regular, little Joan, is up doing her infamous ant stamp dance. This band serves us with old songs from the first album like 'Take My Time' as well as the new stuff and it sounds good.Fresh from her stint in the Alabama 3 (a band whose is still the most talked about ever), singer Aurora is back and we can't wait to see what she comes up with.Andy Fuller from Metalworks is on keyboard duty as part of this stellar line-up and with a bottle of Lambrini in hand, Dawn struts on stage with more attitude than Grace Jones and immediately we are entranced as this petite powerhouse purrs perfectly into a set of jazz, gospel, blues, reggae, trance rock with a pinch of Heavy Metal.Up next is Dark Horse who give us a really good dose of punk energy to lead us into the midnight hours.
It's just past breakfast o'clock and it's already time to rock with Massive Waggons.
Singer Chris Fry makes us laugh by announcing: "Did anyone think we were an Eagles tribute band?
" These Northern Irish dudes serve us deep south sounds and all too soon their bluesy rock blast comes to an end - and for this evening the Screaming Eagles soar above Great Yarmouth again. At only 21-years-old, this dude has the chops of BB King and Joe Bonamassa, his heady mix of blues rock and killer solos are technically brilliant and it's no wonder he is doing well.
Up next is a big treat for all the Bowie fans here as Aladdinsane give us a great tribute to the late, great Thin White Duke followed by Who's Next and The Bryan Adams Experience.
Then it's time for the act we've all been waiting for, Aurora Dawn & the Screamin' Skulls.