The Robot Hedgers were playing in Saltburn again this week and very popular they were. I went along to see them at the community centre where they obviously enjoyed entertaining. They are a four piece Christian Rock Band who are already starting to make progress in the local music scene.
The singer is confident, the guitarist is cool and the drummer is very, very individual. The bass player is frankly peculiar. Nevertheless they brought the house down with their crowd pleaser 'Father, Son and Goalie Post' and finished with their established encore 'Semen on the Mount.'
The Robot Hedgers are doing a number of gigs in the area in the next couple of weeks, although this might be the last time we see them in Saltburn with the present line-up as the lead singer Dick Dawkins is rumoured to be leaving the band due to 'doctrinal differences'.