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  1. Support for tomorrow nights performance at The Lemon Tree by Bic Runga is to be the wonderful Astrid Williamson Bic Runga gig details on Lemon Tree website Bic Runga: plus Astrid Williamson Thursday 15th June Tickets 7.50 (5 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 7.30pm Show Starts: 8pm Bic Runga's uniquely phrased pop songs and hauntingly beautiful melodies have already earned her a special place in the pantheon of New Zealand song. Her third album Birds was released in New Zealand in November and is her third consecutive number 1 album, already achieving multi-platinum status like its predecessors. Female singer songwriters dominated the charts in 2005 with the overnight success of KT Tunstall, Katie Melua's outstanding record sales and the long overdue return of Kate Bush. Bic Runga might well be the success story of 2006, her first two albums received huge critical acclaim in the UK and her last album Beautiful Collision was hailed as one of the best albums of the year in Mojo and Uncut in their end of year round ups as did Sunday Times Culture in 2004.
  2. Support for tomorrow nights performance by Bic Runga is to be the wonderful Astrid Williamson Bic Runga gig details on Lemon Tree website Bic Runga: plus Astrid Williamson Thursday 15th June Tickets 7.50 (5 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 7.30pm Show Starts: 8pm Bic Runga's uniquely phrased pop songs and hauntingly beautiful melodies have already earned her a special place in the pantheon of New Zealand song. Her third album Birds was released in New Zealand in November and is her third consecutive number 1 album, already achieving multi-platinum status like its predecessors. Female singer songwriters dominated the charts in 2005 with the overnight success of KT Tunstall, Katie Melua's outstanding record sales and the long overdue return of Kate Bush. Bic Runga might well be the success story of 2006, her first two albums received huge critical acclaim in the UK and her last album Beautiful Collision was hailed as one of the best albums of the year in Mojo and Uncut in their end of year round ups as did Sunday Times Culture in 2004.
  3. Roddy Woombles 'Friends' announced Some exciting news on the Roddy woomble gig front, his band will be: Roddy Woomble - vocals (obviously) Rod Jones - acoustic and electric guitars, vocals (Idlewild) John McCusker - violin and cittern (Solo artist,Kate Rusby producer, composer of music for Billy Connolly's World Tour of New Zealand TV show) Andy Cutting - accordion (Kate Rusby band, John McCusker band, has recorded with June Tabor, Fernhill, Sting, Pete Morton & Chumbawamba) David Gow - drums (Sons and Daughters) Ailidh Lennon - bass (Sons and Daughters) Details of the gig on t'Lemon Tree website are here
  4. Roddy Woombles 'Friends' announced Some exciting news on the Roddy woomble gig front, his band will be: Roddy Woomble - vocals (obviously) Rod Jones - acoustic and electric guitars, vocals (Idlewild) John McCusker - violin and cittern (Solo artist,Kate Rusby producer, composer of music for Billy Connolly's World Tour of New Zealand TV show) Andy Cutting - accordion (Kate Rusby band, John McCusker band, has recorded with June Tabor, Fernhill, Sting, Pete Morton & Chumbawamba) David Gow - drums (Sons and Daughters) Ailidh Lennon - bass (Sons and Daughters) Details of the gig on t'Lemon Tree website are here
  5. I know, just realised, oops! oh well no one got hurt.
  6. Space Ritual + Wild P Hucker Friday 9th June The Lemon Tree Tickets 12 (8 concessions & regulars) Doors Open: 8.30pm Show Starts: 9.30pm hail all beings of all dimensions, sentient, otherwise and etherwise, greetings from the vastness of the cosmos, and the awesome ONE. the great space ritual continues it's inexorable course as it gathers momentum, featuring ex members of 70s Hawkwind, Space Ritual are: Nik Turner - sax and flute, Terry Ollis - drums and his son Sam Ollis on drum kit No.2, Dave Anderson - bass, Mick Slattery - guitar, Thomas Crimble - guitar, Del Dettmar (When possible!) - signals and noises, John Greves - synths, plus friends! details on Lemon Tree website
  7. Space Ritual + Wild P Hucker Friday 9th June The Lemon Tree Tickets 12 (8 concessions & regulars) Doors Open: 8.30pm Show Starts: 9.30pm hail all beings of all dimensions, sentient, otherwise and etherwise, greetings from the vastness of the cosmos, and the awesome ONE. the great space ritual continues it's inexorable course as it gathers momentum, featuring ex members of 70s Hawkwind, Space Ritual are: Nik Turner - sax and flute, Terry Ollis - drums and his son Sam Ollis on drum kit No.2, Dave Anderson - bass, Mick Slattery - guitar, Thomas Crimble - guitar, Del Dettmar (When possible!) - signals and noises, John Greves - synths, plus friends! details on Lemon Tree website
  8. Acoustic Ladyland Tuesday 4th July The Lemon Tree 10 (6.75 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 8pm Show Starts: 8.30pm Acoustic Ladyland are the most exciting new British jazz group to emerge in years. Already with a solid following among jazz cognoscenti, they also attract a wider audience that is as in tune with The White Stripes, Franz Ferdinand or The YeahYeahYeahs as it is Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Ornette Coleman or Monk. The band have been developing their sound over the last four years, drawing from these and older influences such as Hendrix, Led Zep, Captain Beefheart and Gang Of Four. details on Lemon Tree website
  9. here's one on ebay http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4639771121&ru=ht Sadly ended though
  10. Isobel Campbell plus Lorenzo Snow Collective Wednesday 31st May 9 (6 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9.00pm Show Starts: 9.30pm Former Belle and Sebastian member Isobel Campbell has steered a fascinating musical course since leaving the band. Her latest album, Ballad Of The Broken Seas, a highly unlikely duet collection with Screaming Trees/Queens of The Stone Age singer Mark Lanegan has attracted much attention and acclaim, earned comparison with Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra for its widescreen, sometimes playful, sometimes dark sound. details on Lemon Tree website and purchase tickets online http://www.myspace.com/lorenzosnowcollective
  11. That 'Hoorah!' was not meant as a slur on Pete or Chris by the way, who are both very good.
  12. Support for this is the mighty Lorenzo snow Collective Hoorah! http://www.myspace.com/lorenzosnowcollective
  13. And if you liked that... Then you'll most probably know about this already Acoustic Ladyland Tuesday 4th July The Lemon Tree 10 (6.75 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 8pm Show Starts: 8.30pm Acoustic Ladyland are the most exciting new British jazz group to emerge in years. Already with a solid following among jazz cognoscenti, they also attract a wider audience that is as in tune with The White Stripes, Franz Ferdinand or The YeahYeahYeahs as it is Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Ornette Coleman or Monk. The band have been developing their sound over the last four years, drawing from these and older influences such as Hendrix, Led Zep, Captain Beefheart and Gang Of Four. details on Lemon Tree website
  14. Isobel Campbell plus support Wednesday 31st May 9 (6 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9.00pm Show Starts: 9.30pm Former Belle and Sebastian member Isobel Campbell has steered a fascinating musical course since leaving the band. Her latest album, Ballad Of The Broken Seas, a highly unlikely duet collection with Screaming Trees/Queens of The Stone Age singer Mark Lanegan has attracted much attention and acclaim, earned comparison with Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra for its widescreen, sometimes playful, sometimes dark sound. details on Lemon Tree website and purchase tickets online
  15. The Research + KILL baby KILL + colonopenbracket Monday 29th May The Lemon Tree 6 (4 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 8pm Show Starts: 8.30pm From Wakefield, The Research a highly unconventional trio who sweet-sounding pop with some truly dark lyrical preoccupations. Their debut national tour earlier this year (including a great Lemon Tree show) saw them more than live up to the hype surrounding them and are now making major waves. "Songwriters have driven themselves loopy looking for the perfect love song, yet all along three indie outsiders from Wakefield knew the secret ingredient" - NME "tinny organs, crudely mixed bass and syncopating drums - that owes debts to Wire, Devo, Lene Lovich and, more recently, reductive art-rock nu-noiseniks such as The Others and Neil's Children." The Sunday Times details on Lemon Tree website and purchase tickets online
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