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Our fab and groovy return to our favourite London venue and the London launch of our new album, One More Roll of the Dice! Tucked away in a little corner of London's centre, Jamboree guarantees an evening of dance filled revelry for all. As well as a free download of the full album for all in attendance, we will also have it in CD form for sale along with t-shirts and our sparkly personalities (which come free)! Support from Nigel Burch and the Flea-Pit Orchestra
Flea- Pit Music infests The Cider Box Festival at The Old Ship Inn in Hackney. Cheese and cider all day with Nigel and the boys playing a set early afternoon. Check the link for more details https://www.facebook.com/events/333747750127796/.
Burch and Fleas celebrate sex, drugs and rock and roll....
Manager: Patrick Hart
Bio: Nigel Burch and the Flea-Pit Orchestra have been invigorating (and intoxicating) music fans for over a decade with their original brand of alternative music. The band is a high-energy acoustic trio and possibly best described by The Guardian as “a cross between the music of Ian Dury, Brecht and ...See Full Bio
Nigel Burch and the Flea-Pit ... has a show on 2014-10-25 at 20:00 @ Jamboree in London http://www.reverbnation.com/q/586qtb #concert
“Preceding Bates was singer/banjoist Nigel Burch's Fleapit Orchestra, which sounds like a cross between the music of Ian Dury, Brecht and Weill, an Irish pub band and a 1950s skiffle group. The urban-alienation songs might be too explicitly crammed with messages for some, but plenty of fierce, spontaneous playing - notably from the unrelated Dylan Bates, dubbed "the Paganini of Penge" - added the necessary ambiguities.”