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#1 Tees Music Alliance

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 10:50 AM

Asylum
4th September 2008 - 7:00pm
A regular night for 13-18 year old alternatives in Stockton on Tees. Playing the music you want to hear. We are dedicated to make this night yours where you have a say in everything we do. It’s a safe place for the alternative youths who enjoy music, dancing, hanging out and having a great time. So come join us in our madness and enter the Asylum!
Price: £3 advance (recommended to guarantee entry)



Monkey Train
5th September – 8pm til late
Monkey Train will be back at the Georgian Theatre on Friday 5th September with the usual mix of Ska, Soul and R&B for dancefloor savvy mods rockers rude boys and skivers.
Lights, Films & Slides and all on original Vinyl.
This Months DJ’s are:
Hartlepool Mick – Warming up with 60’s Club and Northern Soul Classics
Johnny C. – New Breed R&B, Popcorn and Soul
Ian Calder – Rocking R&B, and Jumping Swamp Blues
Paddy M. Ska, Skinhead Reggae, JA R&B
Price: £3 advance - £4 door




Asylum

18th September 2008 - 7:00pm
A regular night for 13-18 year old alternatives in Stockton on Tees. Playing the music you want to hear. We are dedicated to make this night yours where you have a say in everything we do. It’s a safe place for the alternative youths who enjoy music, dancing, hanging out and having a great time. So come join us in our madness and enter the Asylum!



Dick Gaughan + Steve Dawes & Helen Pitt
20th September 2008 - 7:30pm
A troubadour, a stunning singer, passionate songwriter and a guitarist with a dazzling technique, Dick has been at the cutting edge of Scottish music for almost four decades. He has been a member of Boys of the Lough, Five Hand Reel and founded and produced the short-lived but quite extraordinary ensemble Clan Alba. Well known for his forthright and long-held political views, the legendary Dick Gaughan just doesn’t do gigs which are ‘ordinary’.
Price: £10 advance - £12 door



Asylum
2nd October 2008 - 7:00pm
A regular night for 13-18 year old alternatives in Stockton on Tees. Playing the music you want to hear. We are dedicated to make this night yours where you have a say in everything we do. It’s a safe place for the alternative youths who enjoy music, dancing, hanging out and having a great time. So come join us in our madness and enter the Asylum!



An Evening with Tom Russell
3rd October 2008 - 7:30pm
From playing in the strip bars along skid row in Vancouver to having his songs covered by Johnny Cash and Nanci Griffiths and a lengthy corespondence with Charles Bukowski, Tom Russell is one of America's true great songwriters. This is a genuine not to be missed event. Early booking is highly recommended - tickets are flying out!
Price: £10 advance - £12 door



Milestones
Alter Ego

9th October 2008 - 8:00pm
Alter ego is an exciting new jazz ensemble based in Newcastle Upon Tyne. In order to develop an individual sound, the band has moved away from standard jazz repertoire in favour of lesser known material originally performed by groups led by Art Blakey, Hank Mobley and Miles Davis. Alter Ego presents a stylistically varied programme including up-tempo Swing, Hard Bop, Funk and Latin Jazz.
Price: £5



Asylum
16th October 2008 - 7:00pm
A regular night for 13-18 year old alternatives in Stockton on Tees. Playing the music you want to hear. We are dedicated to make this night yours where you have a say in everything we do. It’s a safe place for the alternative youths who enjoy music, dancing, hanging out and having a great time. So come join us in our madness and enter the Asylum!



Milestones
Gerry Richardson's Big Idea

23rd October – 8pm
The Hammond organ is one of the most exciting sounds in jazz. This dynamic 9-piece band explores the jazz organ genre to the full. Soul, Gospel, Funk, Swing and Samba are all part of the mix. Add to that a collection of accessible, original tunes, many of which were written as tributes to some of the legendary jazz and soul musicians who have inspired Gerry throughout his career and you have an unbeatable format for a great nights' music. Gerry's latest CD 'This is what we do' features a guest appearance of Sting.
Price: £5




Committed

26th September – 8pm til late
18+ Alt Club. Expect the very best in rock / goth / alt and cyber tunes from the people who bring you Asylum.
Price: £3 - £2 NUS



Loosely Acoustic
Jon Gomm + Amber Wilson & Mr Gavin McGinty + Paul Liddell + Dean Coyle
19 Sep 2008 - 8:00pm
Jon Gomm was described in Acoustic magazine as 'one of the world's most successful, gifted and inspirational guitar players'. See this awesome act in an intimate venue while you still can! Orkney's Amber and Gavin return to Stockton after a memorable folk appearance at this year's Riverside Fringe Festival which left the audience gasping for more - now's your chance to see what you missed. Award-winning singer/songwriter Paul Liddell and up and coming local acoustic sensation Dean Coyle complete the line up.
Price: £4.00



Loosely Acoustic
The Mallon Brothers + Rob Carr + Bob Fischer[/b]
18 Oct 2008 - 8:00pm
A move to Saturday night for Loosely Acoustic sees the return of the Mallon Brothers! Think Arcade Fire meets Van Morrison and you won't be far wrong. Ex Love Priest, Rob Carr makes a welcome return to the stage after quite some time. Plus BBC Tees' very own Bob Fischer with his mix of sea shanties and northern wit.
Price: £4.00



Asylum Halloween Party

29th October 2008 - 7:00pm
A special Halloween themed night for 13-18 year old alternatives in Stockton on Tees. Playing the music you want to hear. We are dedicated to make this night yours where you have a say in everything we do. It’s a safe place for the alternative youths who enjoy music, dancing, hanging out and having a great time. So come join us in our madness and enter the Halloween Asylum!



Committed –CANCELLED DUE TO WHITBY GOTH WEEKEND
31st October
Cancelled due to Whitby Goth Weekend, not to worry though, we’ll be back next month!

Martyn Joseph
23 November 2008 - 7:30pm doors
£16
Martyn Joseph is a performer like no other. Shades of Springsteen, Knopfler and Dave Matthews there may be - but he stands in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have described as the best live music experience of their lives. Voted Best Male Artist at the 2004 BBC Welsh Music Awards and with a string of humanitarian plaudits and awards, he’s a mean guitar player with one of the most powerful voices on the circuit crafting songs with, as the BBC’s Bob Harris put it, “outstanding lyrical intelligence”. Always charming, sometimes alarming, Martyn Joseph is a unique songwriter who digs deep and is one of the most unusual and compelling performers you are likely to encounter.

Pama International
29 Nov 2008 - 8:00pm
Introducing Pama International;
ROOTS ROCKERS REGGAE - soul-fueled & dub-induced for the 21st century, fronted by Sean Flowerdew, Finny and Lynval Golding (The Specials/Fun Boy 3), alongside members of PWEI, Galliano and Bentley Rhythm Ace.
Pama Intl, have released 5 acclaimed albums, recorded 2 Radio One Sessions, played at Glastonbury, Bestival, Womad, Wickerman, Beautiful Days & many more festivals. They've performed with Jimmy Cliff, Prince Buster, Lee Perry, Skatalites, Toots & The Maytals, Mad Professor, Mick Jones' Carbon/Silicon & Madness, creating a huge grassroots following, with a live show that has become second to none.



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Posted 17 December 2009 - 03:55 AM

well lets start discussing that..

Sunday works for most people. we usually have it the sunday of thanksgiving weekend. but i think this year we should have it sooner. Late November is too cold.
Im thinking the last sunday in October...

opinions comments?




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