Well we’re just about recovered from a splendid New Years Eve party. What a belting way to end a fantastic year. Here’s some highlights we found on the web!
Cor, it’s been one of them days. Gig bookings are like buses. You’ll be waiting in the arctic of barren bookings for days and then suddenly several tour buses arrive at once from all corners of the planet.
First of all, jumping over the ropes in true WWE style is a night of comedy and wrestling stories from Colt Cabana. Colt travels the world regaling stories of he square ring and recording for his podcast, The Art of Wrestling.
Certainly something a bit different for us but sure to entertain any wrestling fans!
Next up a last minute gig for The Human Project and Alt Track. The Human Project have just released a superb album which is well worth a listen and Alt Track have just dropped a new song from their upcoming EP, “Whistleblowers” with a cheeky sample from Random Hand‘s song Bones. It will be a noisy Thursday and we welcome it. Free gig and it falls on our Real Ale Club so £2 a pint of real ale!
Last but not least, U.S. Bombs booked into The Exchange for part of their European Tour!
“Skateboard champion and punk-rock vocalist Duane Peters has been an idol of the underground skate-punk movement for nearly three decades. Known among his fans as the Master of Disaster, Peters is largely credited with pioneering the counterculture that unites skate-boarding and punk music. Skin-headed, missing his two front teeth, and festooned with tattoos and safety-pin earrings, he has been skateboarding since the late 1970s, and has led such punk bands as the U.S. Bombs and The Hunns.” - http://sports.jrank.org/pages/3704/Peters-Duane.html