Charity indie gig
TWO of Comet country s finest indie rock bands, Look See Proof and Fruition, go head to head on a charity bill next Friday, March 16. Headliners Look See Proof are playing this home date on their first national tour which also features NME Breaking Bands
TWO of Comet country's finest indie rock bands, Look See Proof and Fruition, go head to head on a charity bill next Friday, March 16.
Headliners Look See Proof are playing this home date on their first national tour which also features NME Breaking Bands gigs in Glasgow and Birmingham.
The band has been championed by DJ Steve Lamaq since releasing their first single Tell Me, Tell Me, Tell Me and Fly magazine named the band as ones to watch in 2007. Second single Discussions, released this week, gained them more radio play.
Also on the bill are Stonefield, a band with a big rock sound, and Blonde Louis a new band from Letchworth GC.
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The gig, organised by students from Hitchin Boys School in aid of A World Challenge trip to do community work in Peru this coming summer, is for all ages. No alcohol, no smoking and doors open at 7.30. Tickets, priced £5, are available on the door or from www.wegottick ets.com
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