DRUMMING legend Bev Bevan will take the Kidderminster stage as part of the rock group Quill to delight music fans.

The drummer, who was one of the founding members of art rock band Electric Light Orchestra, will perform a set of new songs and classic hits with Quill at Kidderminster Town Hall on Friday November 9.

Bev was also an original member of Birmingham beat band The Move, and briefly worked with metal pioneers Black Sabbath.

Bev said: “To pay a little homage to my music history, we now include in the Quill set quirky versions of The Move’s California Man, ELO’s Telephone Line and Black Sabbath’s Changes, and are about to add Blackberry Way & Don’t Bring Me Down.

Bev has been writing new music with Quill, and the band are currently working on a new album.

The group have been playing sold out shows all over the UK, and plan to complete the year with a handful of West Midlands gigs.

Bev added: “There are such fine musicians and singers in Quill and this current line-up is going from strength to strength.

"With new management on board we are hoping to be playing some major festivals in 2019, along with our usual gigs.

“I particularly enjoy playing percussion with Quill.

"Over the years I have played percussion with The Move, ELO, Black Sabbath and once a session for Jose Feliciano.

"I find percussion fascinating- there’s always new instruments to discover."