[size=24:0b473f2574]Red Organ Serpent Sound[/size:0b473f2574]
[size=18:0b473f2574]+ DJ Dee McAdams[/size:0b473f2574]
[size=24:0b473f2574]Friends of Jesus Sound System DJs[/size:0b473f2574]
[size=24:0b473f2574]Ski Bunny DJs[/size:0b473f2574]
[size=18:0b473f2574]+ Resident DJs Aidan & Ross[/size:0b473f2574]
[size=18:0b473f2574]Thursday 11th May[/size:0b473f2574]
[size=18:0b473f2574]Queens Student Union[/size:0b473f2574]
Admission FREE B4 10pm, £3 after[/size:0b473f2574]
[size=18:0b473f2574][b:0b473f2574]ALL DRINKS £1.50 - ALL NIGHT !![/b:0b473f2574][/size:0b473f2574]
[size=18:0b473f2574][b:0b473f2574]Everyone Welcome ![/b:0b473f2574][/size:0b473f2574]
absolute cracker of a night, indeed!
'first come first served' basis applies on the night.
No tickets in advance.
First band on at 9.30pm, FREE admission before 10pm !
Anyone get see Red Organ suport snow patrol last night? How did it go?
Only caught on or two songs, as I was working. Sounded and looked really good from what I did see though...
southern comfort - £1.50?
i also with the want of stage times.
Really looking forward to this tonight.
And Skibunny DJs will be in the Bunatee, come say hi.
'A long and winding legal road took another twist for the Beatles' record company Monday, when a British judge ruled that Apple Computer Inc. is entitled to use the apple logo on its iTunes Music Store.
Apple Corps, the guardian of the Beatles' commercial interests, contended that the U.S. company's use of the logo on its popular online music store had broken a 1991 agreement in which each side agreed not to enter into the other's field of business.
But High Court Judge Anthony Mann disagreed, saying that the computer company's logo is used in association with the store -- not the music -- and so did not breach the agreement.
"I conclude that the use of the apple logo ... does not suggest a relevant connection with the creative work," Mann said in his written judgment. "I think that the use of the apple logo is a fair and reasonable use of the mark in connection with the service, which does not go further and unfairly or unreasonably suggest an additional association with the creative works themselves."
Though Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs said he was "glad to put this disagreement behind us," the dispute appears far from over. Neil Aspinall, the manager of Apple Corps, said his company would immediately take the case to Britain's Court of Appeal.
"We felt that during the course of the trial we clearly demonstrated just how extensively Apple Computer has broken the agreement," Aspinall said in a statement. Apple Corps was founded by the Fab Four in 1968 and still owned by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, the widow of John Lennon and the estate of George Harrison.
Apple Computer has sold more than 1 billion songs through the iTunes Music Store, which is available throughout Europe as well as in the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan. Though there are more than 3 million tracks available for purchase in the U.S. -- and 2 million in Britain -- there are no Beatles songs listed; the band's catalog is not available on iTunes.
In his brief statement, Jobs said he hoped the ruling would help rectify that situation: "We have always loved the Beatles, and hopefully we can now work together to get them on the iTunes Music Store."
That could be the case's main consequence, said Arthur Levy, an entertainment lawyer in New York.
"It's my belief that even if Apple Computer had lost, they'd find a way to do what they were doing, either with a different name or logo," Levy said. "The impact it could have is that if the two Apples patch up their differences, then maybe you'd see Beatles songs on iTunes. That would be good for the Beatles ... and for fans."
But Keith Badman, a Beatles expert and author of several books on the band, said he can't see Apple Corps backing down.
"We've lost John and George, and this is their music, their legacy, their heritage," Badman said. "They just want to make sure they're protected."
Paul and Ringo take it on the chin and live to fight another day.
First band on 9.30pm
Fre Adm b4 10pm
All drinks £1.50 - All night
this is gonna be friggin awesome
What a night - my ears are still ringin'!
Gee whizz, what japes! Really enjoyed The Dregs and The Delawares, two great band on top of their games knocking out tip-top tunes. I didn't catch musch of Ed Zealous or any of Red Organ Serpent Sound though.
I just wish I could ignore pints of stella at £1.50.
I hadn't seen either Ed Zealous or Red ORgan Serpent Sound before but I was very impressed, The Dregs and The Delawares were fantastic as usual, I think the Delawares playing SilverSun made our little dancing crew's night!
But £1.50 drinks are a bad idea
And free pint tickets for the bands is an even worse idea.....
Red organ serpent sound put on the best gig I have seen this year. Absolutely brilliant show, both sound wise and visually. They've really raised the bar for local bands. What a crowd response too. Best radar night yet. Lethal.
yeah ROSS were good and all, but i still prefered them back in the day. when i used to be petrified to stand anywhere near the front
Yeah, standing right at the stage was not a good idea.
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Some cracker shots there iced coffee, nice one. Eamo Delawares looking rock-tastic and Elaine doing Sandie Shaw - quality !
Thon singer from ROSS is a maniac ! Rocking the bank-robber chic !