Updated Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Hertford Marquee Club: This Week & Next
Weds 23rd February, 8 'til late, admission free
|The Hertford Marquee|
ELLIS WAYMAN’S ACOUSTIC
OPEN MIC NIGHT
Thurs 24th February, 8 'til late, admission £5
Best British band since The Libertines (NME)
Jangly, harmonic gritty art pop somewhere between The Clash, ELO and Sonic Youth and host free summer festivals with their mates Goldie Looking Chain< (NME)
Taking influences from acts such as Athlete, Marvin Gaye, Oasis and Sly and the Family Stone, Oneway have been playing their own brand of indie-funk across Hertfordshire since April
melodic original rockers blending the Small Faces’ soulful grit with the Beatles sense of harmony
melodic acoustic duo
Fri 25th February, 8 'til late, admission £ in advance, £ on the door
Recently featured at XFM/Glasswerk’s OUTBREAK series of showcases of ‘up and coming bands’ at THE GARAGE, ISLINGTON, Overdrawn combine hard rock, jangling guitars and mood music to die for with a sound that’s all their own.
IN FOCUS + HANZO
modern funk rock with vocal melodies to die for
Saturday 26th Feb, 8 'til late, admision £5 in advance, £ on the door
Blistering original Brit rock
formerly THE GENEVA CONVENTION – melodic indie pop/rock
Epic heart on sleeve anthems played to perfection
NEXT WEEK...NEXT WEEK...NEXT WEEK...NEXT WEEK...
Weds 2nd Mar, 8 'til late, admission £10 in advance, £ on the door
JOHN OTWAY’S BIG BAND
Back with full band to launch the WORLD TOUR! PLUS the wondrous MURRAY TORKILDSEN.
All the great hits, including COR BABY THAT’S REALLY FREE! DON’T MISS IT!!
Thurs 3rd March, 8 'til late, admission £3
ROSIE MAYER’S LIME JAM
BRING YOUR INSTRUMENT AND VOICE, GET UP AND GET DOWN!
Fri 4th March, 8 'til late, admission £5 in advance, £6 on the door
THE UK’S BEST TRIBUTE TO THE CLASH playing Clash classics from WHITE RIOT and WHITE MAN IN HAMMERSMITH PALAIS to ROCK THE CASBAH, I FOUGHT THE LAW and SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO featuring yours truly Kev Saunders, AKA Joe Slummer, Bill Clarke, AKA Mick Clones, Ed Brown, AKA Paul Simpleton and Arup Ghosh, AKA Topper Hardon
melodic modern rock with an emphasis on great song-writing – featuring ARUP from the TRASH
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