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Lil' Band O' Gold

Carvan Music Club, Wednesday 29th September 2010

I only found out about this show on the Monday night and still wanted to go to it even though I had already bought tickets for the Thursday and Friday shows as I knew it would be special. When it was confirmed on Tuesday morning I had just enough time to send a SMS out to a few close friends on my phone and then I had a meeting. From what I heard it had sold out by about 1pm that afternoon. Strangely work seemed to go a lot quicker that day and the next for some reason.

I arrived a bit earlier than usual at the Caravan and was able to go into the band room to say hello the band and into the kitchen to see how the gumbo was going along. I was lucky enough to have some when it was served as it was very popular and most people only got the one bowl.

It was a warm-up gig for the band, but I still reckoned they played great and would have liked more people to dance during they set (they did during the encore). I am looking forward to seeing Dog Trumpet next week at the Caravan Music Club and hopefully more gigs like this one in the future.


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