100 Club review

February 23, 2010 by warren
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Turned out to be a great night at The 100 Club. Thanks to all of those who came. Dave  Grenfell and his Feedme music team certainly know how to promote live music…… and what a nice bunch of people. On atmosphere alone, The 100 Club deserves every ounce of its reputation as london’s premier intimate venue.

The evening kicked off with Paul King sharing his words of wisdom on the past, present and future of the music industry…something about Paris Hilton in there somewhere? The audience was hanging off his every word, and you could hear a pin drop. It was barely 7 o’clock, and I was up next. I did a 30 minute set including Mistreating me, Sad Boy, Candy Girl, Lullaby for a Drowning Man, and Stargazing. A very appreciative audience, and thank you for the very positive response.

I managed to chat with a few people afterwards  including “Everybody be Cool” (thanks for the CD) fresh, tight harmonies and guitars just as I like them. I have to confess that I didn’t get to see all of  Suzeraine, The Wicked Tongues or Burning Condors, but the crowd was lapping them up.

Next gig is Powerdown at the Powerhouse on Tuesday 9th March at Metropolis in Chiswick. It’s a genuine acoustic night full of industry people  – can’t wait!

If anybody wants to come along,  let me know


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