Six pack ’em in at party
ONE NIGHT, six bands. A whole lot of partying is going on at Club 85, Hitchin, this Saturday and all for a very good cause. The Family and Spin Out are presenting six fingers worth of bands which are so dynamic and loud they are guaranteed to get each and
ONE NIGHT, six bands. A whole lot of partying is going on at Club 85, Hitchin, this Saturday and all for a very good cause.
The Family and Spin Out are presenting six fingers worth of bands which are so dynamic and loud they are guaranteed to get each and every skull shaking within their skin exteriors.
To pinch a much overused BBC primetime maxim, "in no particular order," the line-up goes as follows: Live rockers The Dan Williams Allstars will be joined by garage-punksters The Freak 4, alt-rock quartet Left Engine, pop-rock-punks Rat Pigeon, blues 'n' punk duo The Hazel Turnock Big Band and The Kramers, who are the sole reason why Otex are still selling ear drops.
With a staggering line-up such as this you're guaranteed punk riffs, bluesy beats, indie haircuts, rock anthems, guitar banging, drum kicking, silence, screaming and blood sweat and tears.
What more could you ask for on a mad, crazy night of full throttle fun?
Most of the bands have a song or two for you to enjoy on their myspace websites but it is always better to turn up on the night and enjoy.
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- 2 'Jobs will be lost' if Stevenage TK Maxx fails to relocate
- 3 Police called to concern for welfare after 'youths' seen on Stevenage roof
- 4 Crackdown on anti-social behaviour in Letchworth and Baldock
- 5 Iceland offers over 60s discount on shopping bill every week
- 6 Plans to demolish riding stables to make way for housing
- 7 Man wanted in connection with police officer assault could be in Hitchin
- 8 End of an era? Future of Crucial Crew scheme relies on new co-ordinators
- 9 Can you answer these 10 GCSE questions designed for 16-year-olds?
- 10 Hitchin to host Platinum Jubilee Carnival to honour Queen
And what's more, it's all for a good cause. So feel happy about it.
Club 85 and the promoters are trying to raise as much cash as possible for two different but fabulous causes.
The first, and most important, is that the gig is a fundraiser in aid of an orphanage in Peru.
The second is that other funds will be directed towards the Rhythms of the World festival which is coming up fast.
On the door, which if not opened at 7pm will probably be booted down by a size 10 Doc Marten, there is a minimum donation of £4.
Enjoy yourself and smile. Enjoy your youth while you can!