Back for knockout gig

March singer Mark Randall, who will be performing a Bank Holiday gig in Hunstanton, nine months after he was knocked out performing at the same venue. Four-piece band Cover Up have been offered a return date after lead singer Mark was hit on the head by a

March singer Mark Randall, who will be performing a Bank Holiday gig in Hunstanton, nine months after he was knocked out performing at the same venue.

Four-piece band Cover Up have been offered a return date after lead singer Mark was hit on the head by a speaker halfway through a concert on the seafront green in August.

"All of a sudden a mini hurricane blew in from the sea," he said. "Next thing I knew, I was out on the floor because it blew over the speaker next to me which was on a stand about six feet high."

Mark, 36, suffered no serious injuries and was performing again with his group two weeks later in March's King William pub.


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Cover Up have been invited back to Hunstanton to play on Bank Holiday Monday, May 28 - again on the green. Their gig will start at 2pm.

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