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The Band Who Knew Too Much

The Pinnacle, Sunday 11th January 2009

Bing! Morning! 9.30am and I woke up fine!

I had been wanting to go see the Band Who Knew Too Much at their residency since last year, but thought it would be best to go with some friends as I always end up going by myself. Jackie and John turned up two songs in, but luckily there was still some room on the floor at the side of the stage.

It was packed out at the back of the Pinnacle and seats were at a premium. Some bugger nicked mine in the set break even though it had my bag on it, cheeky bastard!

I was very close to the band when they were playing so I took lots of photos, especially the ones of some of the band members playing around. I missed Matt Earl playing the trumpet, but got him with having a go on Craig's guitar (I do have a photo from an earlier gig of Craig on Andy's clarinet.) Cheers to Kate who turned up and I will try to get to see the Gusset Rustlers in the future.

My favourite part of the set was when Jackie got to sing the Swimming Song with the band, as I asked them especially for that song and they said yes as they had played at the Pint previously.

It was a bit too hot for much dancing, but I am sure there will be plenty at the "festival of beers" coming up and Bar Open and Pint on Punt gigs.


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