Comet country gig guide April 5 - 13

Thursday April 5 o Grimley Fiendish – The Red Lion, Stevenage. o Look At It Go!, The Scratch – Arena Tavern, Letchworth GC. o Egg And Bacon Band – The Red Lion, Biggleswade. o Maxwells Hammer and Smith – The Three Horseshoes, Willian. o Freddie Mercury an

Thursday April 5

o Grimley Fiendish - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

o Look At It Go!, The Scratch - Arena Tavern, Letchworth GC.

o Egg And Bacon Band - The Red Lion, Biggleswade.


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o Maxwells Hammer and Smith - The Three Horseshoes, Willian.

o Freddie Mercury and Bon Jovi tribute acts - Hitchin Town Football Club, free, over-18s.

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o Aaron's 18th birthday bash featuring The One Among Us, The Teknologist and guest band- Club 85, Hitchin, £4.

Friday April 6

* Metal Night - The Phoenix, Hitchin.

* Fields - David's Music Shop, Letchworth GC, 4pm.

* Sinister Promotions present Ella and Blue Print to a Downfall, Scream! Shout! Say Nothing - Club 85, Hitchin, 7.45-12pm, £5

* Goo with Jack Penate, Metros, Adele, live bands and disco dancin', now with added rock - The Junction, Cambridge, 9pm-2.30am, £6 adv, 16+.

* Spare Parts - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* Petty Hoodlums - The Vincent Bar, Stevenage.

* The Goodges - The Red Lion, Biggleswade.

* Cathy Hart - Sir John Barleycorn, Hitchin.

* Spin Out featuring The Rip Offs - The George, Hitchin, 9pm, £3.50.

* Cool Latin jazz (Pink Champagne night) - Hitchin Town Football Club, tickets in advance only, 01462 431206, 07977 698892.

Saturday April 7

* Cellar Door, A Thousand Suns, Impersonals and special guests - The Phoenix, Hitchin.

* Davy Graham (guitarist) - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm, £15 adv.

* Pantera Plan - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* The Rapides - The Vincent Bar, Stevenage.

* The Fridge Magnates - The Squirrel, Stevenage.

* Wotever! - The Boot, Baldock.

* Bootleg Zoo - The Wilbury, Letchworth GC.

* Butterfly - The Red Lion, Biggleswade.

* Shaun's Live Jukebox - Rose and Crown, Aston, 8.30pm, free.

* Paul Neon And The Saints, plus comedian Tony Fields - Four Emblems, Letchworth GC.

* Squeezed Unplugged - The Poachers, Stevenage.

* Dave Williams (swing, Rat Pack, Robbie) - The Silver Moon, Hitchin.

Sunday April 8

* New Band Night featuring Natasha - Club 85, Hitchin, 7.45-11pm, £3.

* Van Der Graaf Generator - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm, £18 adv.

* Nigel Brown's Blues Reaction - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* The Defektors - The Vincent Bar, Stevenage.

* Hit 'n' Run - Waggon and Horses, Graveley, 8.30pm, free,

* Liz Simcock, Dave Ellis, Boo Howard - Hitchin Folk Club, The Sun Hotel, Hitchin,

* Affinity Rocks presents The Filthy Youth, The Black Tricks - Affinity, The Plaza, Stevenage,

Tuesday April 10

* Hayseed Dixie and Darkwater - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm, £15 adv.

* Brigitte Beraha - The Well, Hitchin.

Wednesday April 11

* Julie Fowlis (Gaelic song) - The Junction (A2:The Shed), 7pm, £12 adv.

* Get Heard under-18s band competition, heat one - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm.

* Juke Joint - The Half Moon, Hitchin, 8.30pm, free.

* Jed Grimes - Baldock and Letchworth Folk Club, Baldock, 8.30pm.

Thursday April 12

* Phi Life Cypher rap artist - Club 85, Hitchin, 7pm, £5.

* The Defektors - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* Jam Night - The Vincent Bar, Stevenage.

* Frog Stupid - Arena Tavern, Letchworth GC.

* Paul David (singer/guitarist) - The Three Horseshoes, Willian.

* The Soul Man - The Red Lion, Biggleswade.

* The Beat and Neville Staple - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm, £15 adv.

Friday April 13

* Lost Boys - The Vincent Bar, Stevenage.

* Frightfulness - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* The Billy Hunts - The Red Lion, Biggleswade.

* Bloodline presents Die So Fluid, Self Inflicted, Wrongly Accused - Club 85, Hitchin, 7.45-12pm, £5.

Saturday April 14

* Otis Grand Classic Blues Band - Walkern Sports Club, Walkern.

* Fruition - Hitchin Town Hall, Hitchin.

* This Pristine Rebellion - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* Tacky Tigers - The Red Lion, Biggleswade.

* Taylor Made presents The Gene Drayton Unit, Bowfinger - Club 85, Hitchin, 7.45-12pm, £5.

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