From left, Scott Child, Mark McTaggart and Roger ‘Bugs’ Wilson of Sugardaddi, pictured at the Muzaic festival in January.

If classic rock music is your jam, head to Club Havana this Saturday night to groove to the musical stylings of Sugardaddi band.

The trio is small but fierce, with Scott Child on guitar, Roger ‘Bugs’ Wilson on bass and none other than Mark McTaggart pulling double duty on drums and lead vocals.

For those unfamiliar with Sugardaddi, the band’s repertoire features tracks from such storied names as Van Halen, Three Dog Night, Bad Company, Prince, Bryan Adams, Def Leppard, Simple Minds and Lenny Kravitz, with a bit of Bob Marley sprinkled into the mix for good measure.

They have played at Camana Bay and Royal Palms and have participated in numerous local festivals including Oktoberfest, Muzaic and Red Sky at Night.

Club Havana, which features live music, lounge seating and a full bar, has been hosting a number of local bands on the weekends. It is located in Caribbean Plaza on West Bay Road, opposite LUCA restaurant.

Sugardaddi takes to the stage at 8:30pm and will be playing until 11:30pm. There is no cover charge.

For more information about Sugardaddi, visit the band’s Facebook page.

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