The next show features Goodbye Mr MacKenzie. The band were extremely popular in the late Eighties/early Nineties but never quite managed t make the final breakthrough. Three core members of the band, Martin Metcalfe, Fin Kelly & Derek Wilson have played together since in various incarnations but most notably as The Filthy Tongues and reaching great acclaim in doing so. Now the MacKenzies are back and joined by guitarist Big John Duncan with Rona Scobie alongside. The band have played a number of sell out shows and this is the only show in the North of England.
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2nd up is The Fallen Leaves on the 16th November
PUNK ROCK FOR GENTLEMEN
What do they sound like?
Punk / Mod / Garage / Beat
If you can imagine a cross between The Who and The Ramones you might get somewhere close….
“Sharp, angular, melodic garage-pop”
What does the Manifesto say?
The Fallen Leaves believe in the DIY Punk ethos.
Song, Sound and Performance are all.
Recordings are live.Minimal overdubs.
As the self proclaimed champions of the glorious underachievers The Fallen Leaves ask you to remember ……
Simple and easy are not the same thing.
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Final show of the year is a co promotion with the good folk at Tees Music Alliance and features Mancunian legends A Certain Ratio. The band are on a high at the moment having played numerous festivals over the summer promoting the entire back catalogue being re-issued on Mute Records. The band are touring through the Autumn/Winter and play at The Georgian Theatre on December 6th.
Formed at the outset of punk, pioneers of what became post punk the band have influenced a host of old and new bands and still thriving today 40 years.
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