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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:21 pm 
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Wow! You certainly do get around efsb, I am most envious of your constant travels and numerous gigs, wishing I could emulate them, as Richard himself once said in a song; "I salute you"

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:00 am 
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A closer to home gig - Harp and a Monkey supported by Nixon Tate put on a World War 1 themed show at Biddulph Town Hall. Harp and a Monkey mixed in historical samples and some reggae melodica into their sound which lifted it above the normal folk fayre.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:07 pm 
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Two gig weekend - firstly it was Lynne Hanson and the Good Intentions at the Royal Oak in Eccleshall -the Canadian country singer played to a welcoming crowd in the upstairs room - a bit smaller than the back room at Greystones but a similar shape with a bar at the back.
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Sunday it was up to Manchester to see the MC50 show - the MC5's 50th anniversary tour. Only Wayne Kramer out of the original line-up was in the band (supplanted by members of Soundgarden, Fugazi and Faith No More) but it was a lively, loud energetic show - not the least from support act Michael Monroe, former lead singer of Hanoi Rocks. Sam Yaffa, former Hanoi Rocks band mate was in the band, as was Steve Conte who I'd last seen playing with the New York Dolls when they reformed at the Royal Festival Hall for Morrissey's Meltdown (He seems to have them quite regularly now...). Loud, catchy glam punk. Mr Monroe has obviously been on the same diet as Iggy Pop....
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Wayne Kramer (below) is the liveliest septuagenarian I've seen on stage - on a par with Mr Jagger. Incredible energy.
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