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« Reply #420 on: Dec 24th, 2008, 2:28pm »

Demo Man - check this out mate

Progrock Festival 2009
16 - 17 February 2009
Katowice, Wyspiański Theatre
Day I: SBB (PL), Shadowland (UK), Tinyfish (UK) - start: 17:30
Day II: RPWL(DE), Overhead (FI), DeeExpus (UK) - start: 17:30
The bands to appear at the festival are:

SBB: A legend of Polish music scene. The band returns with a new studio album entitled “Iron Curtain” on 26th January 2009. SBB, comprised of the phenomenal composer Józef Skrzek, the excellent guitarist Apostolis Anthimos and the flawless drummer Gabor Nemeth, plans to support the release with a tour with its final show at the Wyspiański Theatre!

SHADOWLAND: A recently re-united band that brought their fans the albums “Ring of Roses”, “Through the Looking Glass” and “Mad as a Hatter” are going out on tour again for the first time in over twelve years! The current line-up: Clive Nolan (Pendragon, Caamora, Arena, Neo) – Vocals and Piano, Karl Groom (Threshold, Strangers on a Train) – Guitar, Mike Varty (Script for a Jester’s Tour, Credo) – Keyboards and BVs, Mark Westwood (Caamora, Neo) – Bass and Acoustic Guitar, Nick Harradence (NW10) – Drums. To celebrate their return, Shadowland will be releasing a ‘best of’ album (called ‘A Matter of Perspective’) featuring their favourite tracks from the three previously released (but now unavailable) albums, and also boasting some brand new material. This CD will be available from February 2009.

TINYFISH: Tinyfish are a London five piece band with a deep and abiding interest in all forms of progressive music. The group formed in late 2004 as an acoustic outfit playing the open mic spots of the capital. However, as the band's material grew in complexity, this became unworkable and they took the decision to venture on as a full progressive rock band. Tinyfish exists largely because of the friendship that thrives between the members and the personal chemistry which naturally results from knowing someone both socially and musically for over twenty years. The band’s self-titled debut album from 2006 received enthusiastic reviews from worldwide media and brought them many devoted fans…

RPWL: This German progressive rock band was formed in 1997 as a Pink Floyd cover band. After three years they started to write their own music based on their influences from their ‘cover band’ era. Their debut album from 2000 entitled "God Has Failed" received an international praise and excellent reviews in all major progressive rock music magazines. In February 2008 the band released their fifth studio album "The RPWL Experience". It’s an album that ventures into new musical and lyrical dimensions, while sounding very consistent. “We simply made into music what we ourselves enjoy. We didn’t want to hold back or apply the RPWL filter, but let our ideas run riot with musical lightness.”

OVERHEAD: This Finish band plays melodic progressive rock that varies from gentle ambient atmospheres via more traditional rock to heavier moments. Their highly anticipated third studio album "And We're Not Here After All" was released in September 2008 by Musea records. The album is a very personal and introspective trip into the most basic of human instincts: the will to live. Needless to say, it has its share of ecstatic highs and desperate lows, all neatly wrapped up in a single album full of atmospheric rock.

DEEEXPUS: Up until very recently DeeExpus had been the long time solo project of songwriter, producer and multi instrumentalist Andy Ditchfield. A chance reunion with singer and old friend Tony Wright in March 2007 expanded the project into two people for the first time and writing and recording of the album “Half Way Home” began. The DeeExpus sound can only be described as being as eclectic as their influences, drawn from years of listening to the likes of Joe Jackson, Iron Maiden, It Bites, Crash Test Dummies, Rush, Nik Kershaw and Marillion, more recently Porcupine Tree and Spock’s Beard. Having recently released “Half Way Home”, Tony and Andy are working hard with the rest of the band to take DeeExpus on the road… The current band line up is: Tony Wright – Lead Vocals, Andy Ditchfield – Guitar, Keyboards & Vocals, Ian Raine – Bass Guitar & Vocals, Steve Wright – Guitar & Vocals, Kev Jager – Drums & Vocals
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« Reply #421 on: Dec 24th, 2008, 2:32pm »

Friggin' awesome.

Been thinking of visiting Poland for some time now rolleyes

This is a tad too early in 2009 sad
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« Reply #422 on: Dec 24th, 2008, 2:36pm »

on Dec 24th, 2008, 2:32pm, demolition man wrote:
Friggin' awesome.



This is a tad too early in 2009 sad


Yes, exactly and a pity it was not in the late Spring or early summer. Still, there will be other gigs mate and Poland is somewhere I have never been.
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« Reply #423 on: Dec 24th, 2008, 2:40pm »

Katowice is the last ever city you want to be in in Poland (or anywhere in the world for that matter)

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« Reply #424 on: Dec 24th, 2008, 2:44pm »

on Dec 24th, 2008, 2:40pm, analogkid wrote:
Katowice is the last ever city you want to be in in Poland (or anywhere in the world for that matter)

undecided


Really? Why is that Eric?
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« Reply #425 on: Dec 25th, 2008, 5:10pm »

on Dec 24th, 2008, 2:40pm, analogkid wrote:
Katowice is the last ever city you want to be in in Poland (or anywhere in the world for that matter)

undecided


Katowice ? well, maybe in good company and if they have good beer ..... why not ? rolleyes wink grin
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« Reply #426 on: Dec 26th, 2008, 05:18am »

Yeah Eric, what's the problem with Katowice? undecided
Never been there myself, but some awesome rock bands have played there!
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« Reply #427 on: Dec 31st, 2008, 2:54pm »

Really excited by these gigs: cool

7 May Colossaal, Aschaffenburg

8 May Congresshalle, Bad Sooden

9 May Musiktheatre, Fuessen

10 May Spektrum, Augsburg


You'd never guess the band i'm going to see. (the clue is in my signature pictures wink)
Hopefully i will see some of you there! grin

(btw, that's a BIG hopeful)

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« Reply #428 on: Jan 2nd, 2009, 4:06pm »

My 2009 gigs so far grin

Strawbs - 7th Feb
FV Crewe - 28th Feb (my birthday gig lol)
Nickelback - 23rd May
FV Inverness - 27th June
Tribfest - 22nd - 23rd August
Pink - October

still have a few months without gigs hmm lol wink grin can't wait for any of them!! grin grin grin
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« Reply #429 on: Jan 2nd, 2009, 4:58pm »

on Dec 31st, 2008, 2:54pm, demolition man wrote:
Really excited by these gigs: cool

7 May Colossaal, Aschaffenburg

8 May Congresshalle, Bad Sooden

9 May Musiktheatre, Fuessen

10 May Spektrum, Augsburg



would quit elike to see one of these but wiol be on hold then so that will have to be another time

gigs so far

21 jan: Aviv Geffen & Stevne Wilson
2 feb: Sand Snowman, Fear Falls Burning & Theo Travis
(19 feb: Wetton/Downes - Icon)
7 mar: IQ (postponed to june?)
27 mar: Gazpacho
10+ 11 apr: IO PAGES PROGFESTIVAL 3 with. Frost, Magenta, Pure Reason Revolution, Quidam
9 oct: Porcupine Tree
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« Reply #430 on: Jan 4th, 2009, 10:02am »

Just received a $100 Ticketmaster gift card from Mom for Christmas, so I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for something great coming up this year laugh
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« Reply #431 on: Jan 5th, 2009, 4:55pm »

Upcoming local gigs for us .... Richard Thompson in Brighton, John Otway Big Band in Dartford, Fairport Convention in Dartford.
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« Reply #432 on: Jan 6th, 2009, 2:44pm »

on Jan 2nd, 2009, 4:06pm, Alibrat wrote:
My 2009 gigs so far grin

Strawbs - 7th Feb



Where you seeing them Alibrat?

I note that the Electric Strawbs are playing The Ferry in the summer but cannot see anything in Scotland relating to 7th Feb?
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« Reply #433 on: Jan 7th, 2009, 08:46am »

I will go with my 14 years son to see Coldplay again, this time to Paris in September.

I hope to learn soon who is playing this next year, and I hope, if I am lucky, to make a few gigs, just like last year. Dreaming of a Radiohead concert again......fingers crossed.
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« Reply #434 on: Jan 7th, 2009, 2:38pm »

The Buzzcocks - next week - then Magazine (ex Buzzcocks) next month!! grin
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