1. avatar JTM

    Thursday 30th October:


    This week the mighty Freerider are going to put some bluesy rock action to good use at the S&A. Sounding like a mix between Thin Lizzy, Foo Fighters, Led Zepplin and Ozzy Osbourne, they are yet another future success story to come out of Omagh, following the likes of Colenso Parade and A505. Supported ably by some special guests on the decks.

    [b:dec6366b40]Next week[/b:dec6366b40], Thursday 6th November we have:

    [size=18:dec6366b40][b:dec6366b40]Baby Jenx[/b:dec6366b40][/size:dec6366b40]
    [i:dec6366b40]"So beautiful, so intoxicating, so heavenly . . . Gary Reddy's voice reaches soaring glorious falsettos with an ease that would make Thom Yorke envious" Musician.ie[/i:dec6366b40]
    Plus support, plus DJs.

    Doors are at 10pm, there are drinks promos, and it's FREE in. Get some!
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  2. avatar Mickeycolensoparade
    For the colour blind, the club night on the poster says 'club destroid'.

    Freerider are a great live band, very tight!
  3. avatar p-t-rebel-mc
    Freerider are one of the most criminally underrated bands about at the mo. I would love to be at this but unfortunatly I am otherwise engaged.
  4. avatar BookBookBook
    [quote:4628c29c64="p-t-rebel-mc"]Freerider are one of the most criminally underrated bands about at the mo.[/quote:4628c29c64]

    That's funny, beacause the first riff I heard off their myspace was the riff from 'Pick A Part That's New' by Stereophonics, possibly the most overrated band 'at the mo'.