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Sweet Jonny + Nuffin + The Band Of The Underhand + L.O.A.D

Doors:

Dublin Castle

94 Parkway NW1 7AN London
PRICE: £8

Gig Description

Sadly due to serious family illness BIG BOY TOMATO have had to pull out of tonight’s show. Keep tabs on us for news of a rematch soon as we can make it happen. And lots of love to Penny…. so thanks to SWEET JONNY for stepping up to play tonite with NUFFIN’, THE BAND OF THE UNDERHAND and L.O.A.D.  SWEET JONNY– ‘A gutter rock band from a do nothing band’ they do say..I thought they hailed from Brighton…I’m sure I did something there once…anyway, place of residence aside they also warn that they could be your new nightmare neighbours…well my kind of nightmare…squalling, ferocious alt grunge with a bit of psych- as in psychotic haha, welcome to the fray Sweet Jonny. NUFFIN’ was formed by five teenage school friends from Caterham during the first wave of British Punk Rock in 1976. When original drummer Roger Bullen left to join ‘EATER’ (and became ‘Dee Generate’), their 2nd guitarist switched to drums and the current 4-piece line-up was formed. NUFFIN’ turned up to play the legendary Roxy Club in London on 3rd August 1977, only to find a TV crew had taken over! Luckily, they were looking for undiscovered bands as a counterpoint to the hype of the time, and so NUFFIN’ got to feature in Janet Street-Porter’s LWT documentary: “1977 The Year of Punk”. Forty years on the original members of NUFFIN’ were reunited and their debut album of original ‘70s tracks – “CROWD CONTROL” – was was finally released in 2018 after 41 years! BAND OF THE UNDERHAND – Soulful rock n roll from the Old Kent Rd. L.O.A.D – A great way to kick off a great gig – punk covers, concentrating on the big bollocked heavy end of the genre from the Pistols (a great God Save The Queen a bit like Motorhead’s version) to street punk (Ruts, Cockney Rejects, Sham 69 , Pistols)

Source: Dublin Castle website

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