257 Mansfield Road City Centre, Nottingham NG1 3FT

Doors: 8:00 pm | Price: £8 adv / £10 OTD | Ages: 18+ | Room: The Maze

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Seven Little Sisters
music is a high energy, punchy amalgam of styles including Folk Punk, Bluegrass, Cajun, Alternative Country and Traditional Irish. While there are notes of all these styles within our songs we are not slavish to them, giving us enormous scope and musical freedom to produce ‘genre crossing’ music

The Establishment
Nottingham based indie band formed in 2006 by guitarist John Burns and drummer Steven Landon; they were quickly joined by vocalist Stephen ‘Hobbo’ Hobster, bass guitarist Neil Jacks and guitarist Stuart Landon. The band came together with the collective ambition to write and perform their own music, which has proved to be a great decision as the band have enjoyed huge success in both the UK and Ireland, and have a fan base that stretches to different corners of the globe.
Over the past few years the band have built up an extensive repertoire of original material resulting in the recording of their debut EP “Last one home” which sold out within a short period of time.
The Establishment released their debut single “Be that way” and achieved lots of profile, including plays on Capital FM, BBC radio 5 live, BBC’s radio Derby, Northampton, Birmingham, Stoke, Mansfield, BRMB Birmingham, Touch FM, Talksport, BBC 606, Colin Murray’s Fighting Talk and TV appearances on BBC Question of Sport, Sky Sports, ESPN Talk of the Terrace (live in the studio and a live performance at the 2011 F.A. cup final). Accompanying the single is the music video which has cameo roles from some legendary ex-international England players and a well known soap star.
The band have recently joined forces with ex professional footballer Dion Dublin who is now in place as the bands full time manager which has since seen them go from strength to strength, with tour dates with Status Quo, Ocean Colour Scene, Cast and performances on radio alongside acts such as Badly Drawn Boy, Toploader, Annie Mac, Starsailor and The Futureheads, also with festival appearances at Latitude, Reading and Leeds.
It was while touring with Ocean Colour Scene that the band managed to capture the services of OCS and Paul Weller guitarist Steve Cradock into co-producing and performing on their debut album alongside renowned producer Matt Terry (The Enemy, One Night Only, The Noisettes) with the album due to be released in July.
The bands new single ‘Jennifer Jones’ has just been released. Accompanying the single is the music video which has cameo roles from some legendary ex-international England players and a well known soap star.
The boys have just finished a successful 10 date promotional tour for the single, which saw them play shows at various football stadiums around the UK.

Shanks Pony
Shanks Pony play indie, folk as well as their own music. The band members are Paul (guitar) Helen (fiddle) Jamie (mandolin) and Bob (Cajon). Occasionally Banjo and Harmonica are introduced.

Red Jester
“Red Jester is a midlands based rock band which spewed forth from Sheffield’s furnaces and Nottingham’s forests in May 2011 after a group of music-loving mates decided to write and perform rock songs with balls, soul, honesty, attitude, carefreeness, and a fun free-spirited vibe.
Writing songs that fuse various influences and styles such as rock, punk, metal, and pop, but without conforming to trends, the band have played alongside such top acts as Marco Mendoza of Thin Lizzy & Whitesnake, Patchwork Grace, Voodoo Johnson, The Tastebuds and Stonerun, and have thrived on it.
Pulling influences from a wide variety of bands including AC/DC, Queen, Guns N Roses, The Sex Pistols, Oasis, Metallica, Nirvana, they set off on a trip to somewhere with a suitcase full of zest and a lust for life!! Join Red Jester thrivin drunk in the sun with your jester hat on…….yeeeehaaaaaaaaaaa!!

Brad Dear
Having  played and sang all of his life very soon started writing and producing his own music from the age of 16. Heavily influenced by artists such as the likes of “The Levellers”(being the first concert he attended at the  tender age of 6), “Bob Marley”, “Flogging Molly”, “The Foo Fighters”, “Bob  Dylan”, “Neil Young” and “Ben Howard”. Brad’s genre of music is Folk/Rock.

James Gooch
16 year old Singer/Songwriter from Nottingham


£8 advance – tickets email danbooth360@yahoo.co.uk

£10 on the door