Comet Country Gig Guide June 22 - 29

PUBLISHED: 11:43 22 June 2006 | UPDATED: 10:20 06 May 2010

Thursday June 22 * 10 Days Unshaven – The Arena Tavern, Letchworth. * Bob Thompson – The Three Horseshoes, Willian. * Deadbeat Promotions present Death Can Dance, Between Broken Ashes, Fistfights and Brake Lights – Club 85, Hitchin, £4. * John Douglas Ban

Thursday June 22

* 10 Days Unshaven - The Arena Tavern, Letchworth.

* Bob Thompson - The Three Horseshoes, Willian.

* Deadbeat Promotions present Death Can Dance, Between Broken Ashes, Fistfights and Brake Lights - Club 85, Hitchin, £4.

* John Douglas Band - Postels Club, Stevenage.

* Original Cast, End it on This - The Junction, Cambridge.

* Pristine Rebellion - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

Friday June 23

* Bloodline presents Arnocorps, Men of Unitus, Outburst (tbc) - Club 85, Hitchin, £6.

* Panic Cell, Begodden Mists, Ionise - The Green Room, Welwyn.

* Portion - The Loft, Cambridge.

* Nataya - Sir John Barleycorn, Hitchin.

* Easy Access - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

Saturday June 24

* Minus One - The Four Emblems, Letchworth.

* Mashed - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* Mal Paris - Postels Club, Stevenage.

* Grant presents Fell City Girl, Boom in the Diamond Industry, Cool Ethan - Club 85, Hitchin, £5.

Sunday June 25

* Gary Foote Quartet - The Place, Letchworth, £3, 8pm.

* Songwriters Night featuring Roland Chadwick - Club 85, Hitchin, £3.

* Bad Influence - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

Thursday June 29

* Vanilla Nightmare, In Focus, Suzy Hope, Via Satellite - The Horn, St Albans.

* Stuart O'Connor, My Pet Junkie - Weatherly Centre, Biggleswade.

* Magnetics - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* Hombre - Postels Club, Stevenage.

* 66 Kicks - The Arena Tavern, Letchworth.

* Balls to the Wall present aboycalledhero, First Signs of Frost, Ormost Ordinary - Club 85, Hitchin, £4.


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