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Doors open at 8.30pm, first band on at 8.45, second band at 9.30 and the headliners on at 10.15pm. Entry charge is £6/£4.5 (concs) on Mondays and Thursdays and £6/£5 (concs) on Fridays and Saturdays... SAVING TIME!- Pretty straightforward pop punk a la Eve6 or anything from late '90s America. It sure doesn't suck though, fast feisty and phat. KEKLEXY- At The Drive In / The Mars Volta with more electronics and a bit of an emo-ting emoting…. SMALL TREE DOWN - Counting Crows type 90s tinged rock with a bucket load of Pearl Jam thrown on top (them kindda vocals) ... Forceful, anthemic. AARON JENTZEN- If Scott Walker, David Sylvian or Nick Cave is what you're into then you will most certainly dig this guy Nearest Tube: Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line and BR) Bus Routes: 4, 19, 30, 43, 271, 277 Night Buses: N43 Taxis can be found outside The Garage venue at the top of Holloway Road.
Featured performer at a monthly showcase hosted by Exberliner Magazine at Kaffee Burger.
Aaron Jentzen performs 8-8:30, opening for Joel Lindsey, an English singer-songwriter now based in Pittsburgh, PA. It's Joel Lindsey's CD release show. The nearest tube stop is Piccadilly Circus.
Aaron Jentzen performing an intimate solo show, opening for Cello Fury (who will also be joining Aaron on a few songs). Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7 pm. The show is a fundraiser for Aaron Jentzen and Cello Fury's summer European tours.
On-air solo acoustic performance and interview with host Sara Pecora on WPTS 92.1 FM. Available streaming at wptsradio.org.
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