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December 2019

REV’S RHYTHM & BLUES VINYL RECORD REVIEW – free event.

December 7 @ 9:00 pm
Tap & Barrel, 13 Front Street
Pontefract, 01977 326457 United Kingdom
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REV’S BACK ON THE DECKS THIS SATURDAY  WITH HIS BOXES OF VINYL FULL OF R&B GROOVES. Toe tappin’ guaranteed, money maker shakin’ optional.



January 2020
£10

IAN DURY – NEW BOOTS & PANTIES!! A CAT Club presentation

January 9 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

TICKETS ON SALE ON 8TH NOVEMBER. IAN DURY - NEW BOOTS & PANTIES!! presented by CHAZ JANKEL. We are delighted that the co-founder and musical director of THE BLOCKHEADS and co-writer of many of IAN DURY'S songs will be with us to present and talk about a true classic album from 1977. CHAZ JANKEL is one of the nation's finest multi instrumentalists and producers. NEW BOOTS AND PANTIES!! is a wonderful long playing record that covers a diverse range of…



February 2020

IF IT AIN’T STIFF – IT AIN’T WORTH A F@#K! With Dave Robinson. A CAT Club presentation.

February 6 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

IF IT AIN’T STIFF - IT AIN’T WORTH A F@#!K. THE STORY OF STIFF RECORDS WITH DAVE ROBINSON. TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY 6TH DECEMBER AT 1PM. Dave Robinson photographed the Beatles at the Cavern and the Rolling Stones on their first tour of Ireland. He was with Jimi Hendrix on his first UK tour with Pink Floyd. He shared a flat with Jimi and Experience bass player Noel Redding and Van Morrison slept on his couch for nine months. He’s been…



March 2020
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THE PRETTY THINGS – SF SORROW with johnTWINKalder. A CAT Club presentation.

March 12 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

THE PRETTY THINGS - SF SORROW with guest presenter johnTWINKalder. The Pretty Things took their name from a Bo Diddley song and took the Rolling Stones original guitarist, Dick Taylor into their ranks. They were even wilder the Stones with lead singer Phil May being described as ‘the man with the longest hair in Britain,’their outrageous behaviour knew no boundaries. In 1968 they moved away from rhythm and blues and produced the groundbreaking SF Sorrow at Abbey Road studios while…



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Kevin ReynoldsTHE PRETTY THINGS – SF SORROW with johnTWINKalder. A CAT Club presentation.