SAINT JUDE + THEE SINGLE SPY + AMADEUS AND THE COMPOSER live at P.O.L.E. on Thursday 1st March at The Good Ship
£4 after 8pm (£3 with NUS, Good Ship/P.O.L.E. badges), live music show 9pm-11.30pm, bar and music until late late late!!!
Imagine Janice Joplin singing Motown fronting a full on blues rock explosion. Prepare to be stunned by Lynne Jackaman and the musical wonder of this band...
Saint Jude Formed by friends with a shared love of old soul and classic rock, who are now working with the legendary Stones producer Chris Kimsey on their first album. Saint Jude have spent their summer writing, gigging and paying their almighty rhythmic dues!
A band which is certainly talented enough to climb the musical ladder of success with great live performances and an ability to soak up listeners with their tantric lyrics in a bath tub full of musical genius. They have an individual acoustic style/ These musicians exhume brilliance to the ears.
"The audience got an infuse of 70s style southern psycadelic rock, hard and catchy enough to make even the strongest non believers question their morals. Lynne Jackaman's Janis Joplin Pipes and Tori Amos style kept the audiences attention while the band poured their heart out into every sweat soaked blues note, keeping the audience moving, shaking and mesmerized throughout their 40 minute set.”
THEE SINGLE SPY
Dark alt-folk Gothic black 'n' blues invoking the spirit or cracklier times and rhymes.
AMADEUS & THE COMPOSER
An amazing acoustic duo with startlingly simply beautiful songs. "Simple guitar and vocals set up, but my gosh are they good. For music that will make you smile, look no further." (Red Fan Music)
- fullest gig info at http://com2.runboard.com/bartful.f1.t8315
North P.O.L.E. happens on the first Thursdays of the month. In April we have the hippest hoppest rock of ILLEGITEMATE SONS OF THE KING with THE STANDARDS + THE SUGGESTIONS + THE FLAMINGOES and in May we have POPULAR WORKSHOP + BLAH BLAH BLAH + MAD STARING EYES
If you are an entertaining, ambitous, self marketing band that would like to join in the playing class vibe of Music Tourist Board contact Jane Deane, queen of the north p.o.l.e. via http://www.myspace.com/janedeane