Gigs I'm going to

#1022

Just booked for Union Chapel in Nov.

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#1023

Jah Wobble, tonight in Norwich.

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#1024

Saw him in Leicester and he was totally the mutt’s nuts.
Did a solo acoustic in the middle, hope he does the same this tour.
Getting there early for a hopefully good spec.

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#1025

Congo Natty @ Kentish Town O2 on 27th April

The Specials @ Kentish Town 02 on 18th May

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#1026

PSB at the Natural History Museum May 17th

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#1027

Well, I wasn’t sure what to expect.

I didn’t expect comedy, massive dub and an absolute geezer. Utterly epic.

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#1028

Mr Wobble does put on a good show.

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#1029

he does - seen him solo a couple of times, and with African Head Charge

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#1030

Folk by the Oak - 14th July

Field Day - 7th June, just for the headliner Skepta

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#1031

Alison Moyet opened for TfF last night and was very good. Thought TfF were good when they knocked out songs from The Hurting and Songs From The Big Chair, but I’ll never really get the stuff from Seeds of Love :man_shrugging:

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#1032

Bugger, Congo Natty, cancelled…

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#1033

Musing on going to see the Sun Ra Arkestra

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#1034

If it’s any help I really enjoyed them at the Union Chapel a couple of years ago.

Bonkers, but, yeah.

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#1035

Picked up a ticket today. Looking forward to it.

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#1036

Submotion Orchestra tomorrow night in Bristol, at SWX.

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#1037

Nile Rogers and chic at Eden. Tickets on sale 26thfeb

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#1038

Saw him last summer, music was OK, but the bloody annoying two parts of 10 - 15 minutes about how much of a genius he is and how we are privalidged to be in his presence bit was a lot shit.

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#1039

From a gig last week
Really enjoyable and talented group

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#1040

they sound good

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#1041

Yes,really enjoyed them

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