[size=18:9398be103b][color=red:9398be103b][b:9398be103b]The Big List Presents THE BIG GIG Featuring: [url=http://www.myspace.com/cashierno9/]Cashier No.9[/url], [url=http://www.myspace.com/mojofuryband/]mojoFury[/url] & [url=http://www.myspace.com/dutchschultzmusic/]Dutch Shultz[/url] ON FRIDAY - 29th May, SPRING & AIRBRAKE £4.00 – Doors Open 9pm[/b:9398be103b][/color:9398be103b][/size:9398be103b]
The Big Gig is the new monthly club in Ormeau Avenue’s SPRING & AIRBRAKE showcasing some of the finest new and established bands that the North & Southern of Ireland has to offer. It takes place on the final Weekend of every month and it’s second outing sees Cashier No.9, Mojo Fury & Dutch Shultz take the stage.
Tickets available over the bar in Katy Dalys for £4 and on the door on the night.
Cashier No.9 have rocketed through the musical echelons. A young band in both age and since their formation, the rootsy four piece have won critical acclaim with their song Jackie Shone, and their recent video for the same number has pricked the eyes as well as the ears of music lovers not only in NI, but throughout the UK, at least.
Mojo Fury have been tearing up the scene for years, and have supported some of the biggest bands to visit NI, as well as making regular appearances in our biggest venues and at our best festivals. After winning a slot on the Carling Supports CD with The Colour of the Bear, Mojo Fury came to the attention of the many, and stayed a scene favourite with their original rock, and unusual melodies.
Dutch Shultz formed from the fertile ashes of Throat, which also spawned Big Gig no.1 attendees, Black Bear Saloon. Their punk rock stylings have won them early industry interest, and they're sure to make major headway on ripping the roof off the Spring and Airbrake.
Cashier No.9, Mojo Fury and Dutch Shultz appear at The Big Gig No.2 in the Spring and Airbrake on May 29. Tickets £4, doors 9.00. Drink promotions through the night.
Visit [url=http://www.myspace.com/thebiglistni/]The Big List's Myspace[/url]
What about the beard? Is that not now a thing? Every Big Gig now has a beard off on stage at the end of the night. Free beard shampooing for the winner. I vow to win it as my beard is looking a bit rough.
P.s. I'm really looking forward to this, let's make Cecil proud.
Cashier No.9 are just too cool for school. For a near empty S&A on an average Friday night those boys didn't half look in pain - in the good way. And that's just how we like our 'lectro techno country, with Danny Todd smoochin' around the stage in a kiss me quick last man standing two step before launching into serious swagger and welter. Said it before but it's worth saying again, a sexy hectic electric ride. Didnt want it to end.
To be fair the crowd only started to thin out towards the end for reasons that are currently unclear, Mojo Fury had a pretty packed out S&A and Dutch Shultz played to a good crowd too. The sound was great as were the bands. Loved Mojo Fury, and DS riffed their asses off.
Maybe it was all those after work pints that challenged the endurance.