These teens will be happy if you are going to get into Bad Habits
A GROUP of teenagers are putting the glam back into Grimsby's rock scene.
Having spawned legends including Bernie Taupin, a songwriter for Sir Elton John, and Steve Currie, of T-Rex, the latest musicians to take the northern Lincolnshire area by storm are home-grown performers Bad Habits.
They are Liam Tarttelin on drums, Steve O'Brien on rhythm guitar, Jack Hennebery, lead vocals and guitar, and Jack Aisthorpe on bass.
And they have already made the Spider's Web and Trinity Youth Centre rock to their foundations with their glam rock songs.
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The band met through Healing School and have been together since last November, rehearsing and writing their own songs.
One of their first gigs was at the Trinity Youth Centre which raised money for the Fusion Theatre.
Vocalist Jack said his ambition was to move to London and hook up with musicians in the capital.
But he has vowed not to turn his back on his musical roots in Grimsby.
He said: "There is not a massive amount of scope in Grimsby.
"There is the Yardbirds, which is an excellent venue and we would love to do a gig there. It would be a dream come true.
"We are the only glam rock band. Everyone else seems to be really heavy at the moment. We hope to meet other bands like us."
Steve said his inspiration was drawn from bands such as Motley Crew, Crash Diet, Skid Row and Cinderella.
He said: "I want to stay with the guys and have fun. At the moment it is cool and I hope everyone goes on to like us."
Bassist Jack said he was keen to get the band's new songs listened to.
He said: "There are quite a few fans coming to see us at gigs. We appeal to a wide audience."
The band said they were grateful for the support from Warren Jolly who rents them a studio in Crampin Road, Cleethorpes.
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