Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Lunchtime Legends ~ Gig for Haiti

The Lunchtime Legends rock & roll band, of which I'm a member, will be playing a gig for the Haiti earthquake appeal on Friday 12 March at 8.00 p.m. The venue is the Park Golf Club, Park Road West, Southport. Admission £3, with children under 13 free. The music is classic pop and rock & roll played in our own individual fashion.  You don't have to take my word for it: a review in Folk North West magazine said: "Cheerful ... a lot of fun to be had."

The Legends have 6 albums under their belt, some of which will be on sale at the gig, including their recent EP 'Daze', that was premiered in August 2009 to much acclaim on the Whitby Folk Week fringe, where they have played every year since 1992 as an antidote to squeeze boxes and diddly tunes.

Come along and rock & roll for an excellent cause. Thwaites Bomber is the real ale on sale.

Postcode: PR9 0JS. Loads of free parking on the street and in the car park.


  1. Clive Pownceby9 March 2010 at 08:28

    I'm not too sure how much of a compliment "Cheerful" is!!!! I was once called 'pleasant' and thought that was a bit milk and water. Who is this Dave Newton, and why no mention of the drummer's technique?
    As ever, here's hoping the world turns up to see us, yours in flippant mode.........etc.etc.
    (vocals, maraccas)

  2. You remember Dave Newton? Wrote the sleeve notes to Four Pack.

  3. Ah, THAT Dave Newton - thought it could've been the bloke I went to KGV with.

  4. I think there's a slot free for you schoolboys to wax lyrical on Dune FM. Failing that, get down to Chris and Alison's studio and lay down some sweet spoken word and timbrels that you might offer to your disciples in the form of a podcast?

    Lovin your work. You're like a married couple!

  5. Like a married couple? Not sure how to take that!


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