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  1. Hey there toystory Thursday March 12th Opening pm till Tuesday 17th March late close:cool: ta Joolz
  2. Entertainment Sheffield ( entS1 ) brings you Gig Tripper. Gig Tripper gives local bands the opportunity to tour beyond their own city.Thursdays line up features Deadest Dream The Marras Demograhic Chromotography Lewis Canner Doors 7.00pm https://www.the-plug.com/events-and-tickets/267053/deadest-dream-marras
  3. Arghhhhhhh balls i'm down at plug with Katmen--- please send Garron my regards-- 10cc tour support ;-) joolz The Gig Cartel
  4. Stray Cat drumming legend, Slim Jim Phantom and UK rockabilly guitarist, Darrel Higham, along with bassist Al Gare ( Both Imelda May Band ) perform a highly contagious blend of modern Rockabilly bop. http://www.thegigcartel.com/artists/profile:414 doors 7.00pm showtime 8.pm
  5. support from Virgil & The Accelerators ---------- Post added 27-07-2013 at 18:40 ---------- Schenker sounding awesome in s/check still a few tickets left on the door Doors 7.00pm Virgil & The Accelerators 7.30--8.00pm Michael Schenker 8.30--Finish
  6. :clap:amazing event... :-) thankyou! well worth every penny,look forward to next years Cheers :headbang:
  7. JJ Grey & Mofro WEDNESDAY 3rd JULY 2013 £15.00 ADV Singing with a passion and fervor directly influenced by the classic soul heroes, JJ Grey has written and recorded five albums of original songs steeped in the rhythm & blues, rock, and country soul of his native backwoods home outside Jacksonville, Florida. Grey comes from a long tradition of Southern storytellers and, in that spirit, he fills his songs with details that are at once vivid, personal and universal. After a decade of hard touring, he still spends eight months of the year on the road, bringing his music to a loyal, ever-growing, worldwide fanbase. Q Mag. 4/5 **** "Grey’s blues’n’soul seems tilled from the same soil as The Black Crowes, found near a crossroads between Southern rock and Memphis soul.” Mojo 4/5**** “JJ could be breaking out with this album for Alligator. Cut in the same retro studio Grey’s been using for many years, “Georgia Warhorse” makes an immediate impact with every track dipping back into the swamp for inspiration.” Uncut 4/5**** “With a voice as tough & gritty as the lumberyard he used to work in, Grey’s take on Southern boogie, swamp rock, soul & R’n’B is proudly old fashioned with echoes of Tony Joe White. Superb ---------- Post added 03-07-2013 at 17:43 ---------- Doors 7.30pm Big Boy Bloater 8.00-8.30pm JJ Grey & Mofro 9.00-11.00pm a few tickets left on the door,if you haven't please try and get down early to avoid disappointment. ;-) heres summet from JJ Grey to munch on JJ Grey Orange Blossom
  8. Boasting Ex-Scorpions stars Herman Rarebell and Francis Buchholz on drums and bass respectively, MSG stalwart Wayne Findlay on keyboards and the magnificent Doogie White (ex Rainbow /Yngwee Malmsteen) on vocals, “Temple Of Rock 2013” concerts will include a plethora of hits spanning Michael Schenker’s colourful career. Songs to be performed on “Temple of Rock 2013” will include UFO’s “Rock Bottom" and "Doctor Doctor", MSG’s "Armed and Ready" and "Into The Arena", and the Scorpions classics "Another Piece of Meat" and "Rock You like a Hurricane". In addition, Schenker will perform songs from the recently released "Temple of Rock" album alongside other solo favourites such as "Before the Devil Knows You´re Dead", "Miss Claustrophobia" and "Hangin On with support from Virgil & The Accelerators http://www.the-plug.com/events-and-tickets/live/michael-schenkers-temple-rock
  9. With a legacy stretching back nearly 50 years, the Honourable Jimmy Cliff is still standing as one of the prime movers and continuing shapers of modern music. With a catalogue that ranks among the most influential in global culture, Cliff remains a forceful voice of power and conscience, creating new music as vital and vibrant as ever. Jimmy´s new studio album, REBIRTH, produced by Rancid`s Tim Armstrong was released on 17 July 2012 on Universal and has already garnered very favourable reviews. http://www.the-plug.com/events-and-tickets/live/jimmy-cliff Doors 7.00pm DJ Fat Piggy 7.00-8.30pm Jimmy Cliff 8.30-10.30pm still tickets left on the door
  10. still tickets available on the door Doors 7.00pm show Time 7.30pm Stiff Little Fingers One of Belfast's most important and influential bands, Stiff Little Fingers live shows have become the stuff of legend, fusing biting punk'd up guitar rock with infectiously pure melodies are back for 2013. http://www.thegigcartel.com/artists/profile:41 * SPECIAL GUESTS They Men They Couldnt Hang `The Men They Couldn't Hang came together in 1984 to perform at the alternative music festival in Camden town alongside the legendary Pogues and the Boot Hill Foot-Tappers. Paul Simmonds, Philip 'Swill' Odgers and his brother Jon, veterans of the Southampton based pop-punk band 'Catch 22', met Pogues roadie Stefan Cush whilst busking in Shepherds Bush in London. Their early line up was Stefan Cush (Vocals, Guitar), Paul Simmonds (Guitar, Bouzouki, and Keyboards), Philip Odgers (Vocals, Guitar, Tin Whistle, and Melodica), Jon Odgers (Drums, Percussion) and Shanne Bradley (Bass, Flute). Championed by the late John Peel their first single, a cover of Eric Bogle's 'Green Fields of France' (1984), became a big hit on the UK Indie charts and a staple of Peel’s festive 50. Their first album, "Night of a Thousand Candles", was released in 1985. It includes the singles 'Ironmasters' and 'Greenback Dollar'. Signing for MCA the following year, they recorded their second album, "How Green Is the Valley", produced by Mick Glossop. Included on this album are the singles 'Gold Rush', 'Shirt of Blue' and 'Ghosts of Cable Street'. In 1987 Shanne Bradley left the band and was replaced by Ricky McGuire, famous for touring with punk legends the UK Subs at the tender age of 17. With their third release in 1988, "Waiting for Bonaparte", The Men They Couldn't Hang were starting to achieve recognition across Europe for their political comment and raucous live shows. One year later, they followed up the success of "Waiting for Bonaparte" with their fourth album, "Silvertown". In 1989 they played to over 250,000 people in Estonia as communism started to crumble and followed this with an unforgettable Reading Festival appearance. At the height of their career, TMTCH recorded the brilliant "Domino Club" (1990) produced by Pat Collier however, this was to be their last studio album for a while as in early 1991, after a blistering farewell tour the band called it a day. The split didn’t last long as the band were invited by Vince Power to appear at his 10th anniversary celebrations for the Mean Fiddler venue in London and the band performed occasional gigs including a fantastic 2 ½ hour 10th anniversary gig of their own in 1994. By 1996 much to the delight of their fans, TMTCH reunited permanently. They returned with a new power and excitement to their music. "Never Born to Follow" is an excellent work which includes the single, 'The Eye'. Shortly after this, they released the "Six Pack EP" (1997), followed by their 'Best Of' collections, "Majestic Grill" and "The Mud, The Blood And The Beer" (both 1998). In 2003 the band released the self-produced album “The Cherry Red Jukebox" to much critical acclaim and this was followed by the Pat Collier produced “Devil on the Wind” in 2009 featuring long-time associate Bobby Valentino on fiddle and introducing Tom Spencer of the YoYos and the Loyalties fame, son of musician and author the late John B Spencer on banjo. The band spent much of 2010 and 11 touring this across the U.K. and Europe including festival appearances alongside The Levellers and headlining a roots festival in Slovenia. 2012 saw the release of an album from Stefan Cush’s new band, “the Feral Family” and Paul Simmonds was recording and touring with renowned roots singer Naomi Bedford as well as numerous live dates for TMTCH. The latter including appearances at Mike Peter’s “The Gathering”, and festival appearances alongside Billy Bragg and Adam Ant to name but a few. They headlined the 10th anniversary commemoration of Joe Strummer’s Acton Town Hall show which also featured a special guest appearance by Hard Fi. 2013 will see the release in March of Swill’s anticipated solo album produced by the legendary Mick Glossop, as well as appearances at several festivals, including the Folkpunkrock festival in Berlin in February. They are very pleased to be supporting Stiff Little Fingers on their UK tour in March, which will be a great prelude to TMTCH’s 30th anniversary in 2014. http://www.thegigcartel.com/artists/profile:55
  11. :clap: Wow!! Bonobo's work is amazing.deffo deffo not missing this
  12. worked with Martin loads over the years at The Boardwalk,very sad news R.I.P. mate.
  13. i was at that very gig.. :headbang: Damn Right mate it was awesome.
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