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  1. Saturday 15 October The Lemon Tree Tickets 7.50 (5 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9pm Show Starts: 9.30pm This pre-Halloween kickdown is an invitation to everyone north of the border to come and get your ears dirty on the new dark wave of sound that is deathrock. This night will star the following grave-spawned trash: Devilish Presley are at the heart of Babylondon, suspended between the gutter and the stars they are wrapped in the healing balm of Rock n Roll Growling vocalist Jacqui Vixen and wild frontman Johnny Navarro are the best duo to hit the scene since the Cramps' Lux and Ivy. Zombina and the skeletones are five punk n roll vampires from liverpool , think rezillos meets zombie flesh eater and your only halfway there. Karloff, Aberdeen's self made monsters slaying a selection of there gravourites for your listening pleasure. Graveheart promises to cause thrills n spills, dress to stress, zombies, gore-fiends, monsters and maniacs all welcome. Details
  2. Eskimo Blonde + KF Tokyo + Baby Karma +The Method Saturday 22nd October The Lemon Tree Tickets 5 (3.25 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9pm Show Starts: 9.30pm As one of the North East's longest running original rock bands, Eskimo Blonde make their return to the Lemon Tree with an explosive new live set. With interest in the band stretching as far as America, their music is ever evolving to produce the kind of guitar based pop / rock that gets stuck in your head. A recent commission for a U.S TV series has kept the dream alive for these guys and only proves that Scotland has one of the most happening live music scenes around. Lemon Tree website
  3. UFB Thursday Live is a new Free lunchtime event which takes place at The Lemon Tree every Thursday (the clue's in the name) from 12 noon, with bands onstage from 1pm. Come down and see some great bands and if you're feeling a bit peckish you could also sample our lunchtime menu. Coming up in the next few weeks are: Malcolm Urquhart/The Vandelays Thursday 13th October Tickets FREE Doors Open: noon Show Starts: 1pm Malcolm Urquhart is a singer songwriter with meaningful songs and brilliant guitar work. The Vandelays deliver a power pop punch of melodic guitars and harmonious vocals. Steve Milne Thursday 20th October Tickets FREE Doors Open: noon Show Starts: 1pm The Little Kicks frontman plays an acoustic set (warming up for his ep launch at The Lemon Tree on Oct 29th no doubt). Maeve O Boyle/Copy Ha Ho Thursday 27th October Tickets FREE Doors Open: noon Show Starts: 1pm Maeve O Boyle The intelligent and creative voice of modern indie folk. Copy Ha Ho Dynamic original and melodic young band. So come along!
  4. Saturday 15 October The Lemon Tree Tickets 7.50 (5 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9pm Show Starts: 9.30pm This pre-Halloween kickdown is an invitation to everyone north of the border to come and get your ears dirty on the new dark wave of sound that is deathrock. This night will star the following grave-spawned trash: Devilish Presley are at the heart of Babylondon, suspended between the gutter and the stars they are wrapped in the healing balm of Rock n Roll Growling vocalist Jacqui Vixen and wild frontman Johnny Navarro are the best duo to hit the scene since the Cramps' Lux and Ivy. Zombina and the skeletones are five punk n roll vampires from liverpool , think rezillos meets zombie flesh eater and your only halfway there. Karloff, Aberdeen's self made monsters slaying a selection of there gravourites for your listening pleasure. Graveheart promises to cause thrills n spills, dress to stress, zombies, gore-fiends, monsters and maniacs all welcome. Details
  5. Saturday 15 October The Lemon Tree Tickets 7.50 (5 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9pm Show Starts: 9.30pm This pre-Halloween kickdown is an invitation to everyone north of the border to come and get your ears dirty on the new dark wave of sound that is deathrock. This night will star the following grave-spawned trash: Devilish Presley are at the heart of Babylondon, suspended between the gutter and the stars they are wrapped in the healing balm of Rock n Roll Growling vocalist Jacqui Vixen and wild frontman Johnny Navarro are the best duo to hit the scene since the Cramps' Lux and Ivy. Zombina and the skeletones are five punk n roll vampires from liverpool , think rezillos meets zombie flesh eater and your only halfway there. Karloff, Aberdeen's self made monsters slaying a selection of there gravourites for your listening pleasure. Graveheart promises to cause thrills n spills, dress to stress, zombies, gore-fiends, monsters and maniacs all welcome. Details
  6. Of course all you hipsters know this gig is confirmed now but here's some more juicy gossip for you all... Current darlings of the music press, Be Your Own Pet will support The Kills on Monday 24th October, their website says of them: "Remember when you were a kid, that after-effects feeling of overdoing some kind of physical activity? Thats what Be Your Own PET's Damn Damn Leash sounds like: jumping on the trampoline so much your heart rate is through the roof, then you jump off, do a somersault on the grass and sit reeling for a few moments." sounds good to me. You can buy tickets online here buy tickets online here
  7. Be Your Own Pet to support The Kills Of course all you hipsters know this gig is confirmed now but here's some more juicy gossip for you all... Current darlings of the music press, Be Your Own Pet will support The Kills on Monday 24th October, their website says of them: "Remember when you were a kid, that after-effects feeling of overdoing some kind of physical activity? Thats what Be Your Own PET's Damn Damn Leash sounds like: jumping on the trampoline so much your heart rate is through the roof, then you jump off, do a somersault on the grass and sit reeling for a few moments." sounds good to me. You can buy tickets online here buy tickets online here
  8. Can't wait until the evening to see a full on gig? never fear because we have the answer to your prayers every Thursday at The Lemon Tree in the shape of UFB Thursday Live entry is free from 12 noon with bands onstage at 1pm, hey you can even get something to eat if you're feeling a bit peckish. For details of whats on each week visit www.lemontree.org
  9. The support act for Yat Kha on Sunday 18th September has been confirmed as Babar Luck, who used to be the bass player in Ska/Hip Hop/Funk merchants King Prawn. Kha: plus Babar Luck Sunday 18th September Tickets 9 (6 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 7.30pm Show Starts: 8pm Yat Kha come from the incredibly remote Kyzyl city, Tuva Republic 1000km south of the Siberian supercity of Krasnoyarsk and to the north of Outer Mongolia. Home to the amazing 'khoomei' throatsinging technique, Yat Kha founder Albert Kuvezin blends this ancient tradition with his love of western rock such as Deep Purple and Sonic Youth. The combination of his impossibly double-bass-deep voice and the band's progressive punk sensibility has slain audiences across the planet including two unforgettable Lemon Tree gigs. The show will feature songs from their latest album Re Covers, a crazy collection of inimitable versions of tracks by Kraftwerk, Hank Williams, Motorhead, Bob Marley and The Stones! "in this global village, satellite-linked, worldwide-webbed, multi-cultural fusion age where everyone has learned something from somebody else, it seems that is completely and utterly different. Unless it's Yat Kha music" The Herald "Tuvan throat singing madmen do covers of Led Zep, Joy Division, Beefheart. Genius." Time Out http://www.lemontree.org/Music/event.cfm?eventid=2581&tempmonth=9
  10. This 'R' 2-Tone Saturday 03 September 2005 - Caf Tickets 7.50 (5 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9pm Show Starts: 10pm A massive hit on their debut in January, This 'R' 2-Tone are a dedicated nine piece ska band, delivering a high energy, moonstomping show, incorporating the sounds of The Specials, Madness, The Beat and Bad Manners. These Edinburgh rude boys convey ska at it's very best, pushing the legacy of 2-Tone further with the introduction of lighting, video visuals, and DJs to fuel their vision that will be . . .s k a d a n c e c r a z e ! http://www.lemontree.org/Music/event.cfm?eventid=2534&tempmonth=9
  11. STZ presents: Stairway To Zeppelin Friday 26 August 2005 - Caf Tickets 11 inc booking fee Doors Open: 8.30pm Show Starts: 9.30pm This is NOT a Zeppelin covers band! This is NOT music by numbers! This is a 2 hrs 45 minutes uninterrupted visual and musical journey, back to the great live Zeppelin shows of the 60s and 70s. Performed by 4 pedigree musicians with over 20 albums on major labels recorded between them. Their numerous US, British and European tours help them bring all that ability and experience into Stairway To Zeppelin. Come and feel the majestic power and drive of the rock classics, the darkness of the keyboard orientated material and the acoustic/mandolin set. http://www.lemontree.org/Music/event.cfm?eventid=2556&tempmonth=8
  12. There's stil some tickets available for this, but they're sure to go in the next couple of days in the run up to the gig, so get in there now to avoid disappointment.
  13. If you missed the first UFB Thursday live last week, then you'll be kicking yourself for missing a fantastic set from Amber followed by a storming gig from The Excerts, Never fear for you have a chance to catch Simon Gall and Lunar at this weeks event on Thursday 25th August. Admission is free and there will be a selection of lunchtime fare available for purchase. Details are here: http://www.lemontree.org/Music/event.cfm?eventid=2604&tempmonth=8
  14. Johnny Cash If you enjoyed this, don't forget our Johnny Cash night on 10th September with Union Avenue, Delawair, Dave Dixon and more. Should be a good night also. Glad you enjoyed Elvisness.
  15. The Excerts and Amber will be playing at The Lemon Tree at 1pm today as part of the first UFB Thursday Live gig, entry is free and the kitchen will be turning out some fine fare to suit every pocket. It was originally supposed to be The Little Kicks, but due to unforeseen circumstances they are no longer able to play, so it's The Excerts. details
  16. This 'R' 2 Tone at The Lemon Tree Don't mean/want to hijack this thread but..... This 'R' 2-Tone Saturday 3rd September Tickets 7.50 (5 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 9pm Show Starts: 10pm A massive hit on their debut in January, This 'R' 2-Tone are a dedicated nine piece ska band, delivering a high energy, moonstomping show, incorporating the sounds of The Specials, Madness, The Beat and Bad Manners. These Edinburgh rude boys convey ska at it's very best, pushing the legacy of 2-Tone further with the introduction of lighting, video visuals, and DJs to fuel their vision that will be . . .s k a d a n c e c r a z e ! details My apologies again....
  17. Only in Sheffield and Northampton, support for Aberdeen is Scanners.
  18. Yeah still tickets left, but best to get in there early to avoid disappointment on the night.
  19. Support for this are apparently 'Scanner', not much info on them though, anybody else know? The Presidents of The United States of America: plus support Tuesday 16th August The Lemon Tree Tickets 13.50 (9 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 8pm Show Starts: 8.30pm PUSA split in 1997 after two years of huge success which saw their eponymous debut album sell two million copies in the US and earned them four Top 40 hits - Lump, Kitty, Mach 5 and Peaches (also a big UK hit). Their split was as much a surprise as their unlikley pop stardom but the band recently reformed to the delight of their worldwide army of fans. Ten years on the band's trademark sound - smart, tuneful, quirky and exhilarating - is every bit as fresh on songs both old and new. details
  20. There are some tickets left for LCD Soundsystem at The Lemon Tree on Thursday 25th August , but be quick if you want one as they're going fast. Support act for LCD Soundsystem are confirmed as Hot Chip, who played here back in April to a rapturous response. Here's the lowdown on them according to their record label Moshi Moshi Records' website: "At the tender age of 7, Alexis Taylor began listening to Prince and dancing on his bed to the sounds of Dirty Mind and The Black Album, a habit which has continued into adult life. Meanwhile, Joe Goddard began heavily grazing on hip-hop records in the early 1990s, a diet which consolidated into an unusually passionate relationship with records by the Souls of Mischief and Madlib. The duo collided during an impromptu wrestling match in the school playground, and the result was 'Hot Chip'." Now padded out to a full five piece with drums, synth and anything else they can lay their hands on, it should be a fantastic gig in its own right, and with Twitch from Optimo filling out the bill, there's enough musical goodness to sink a battleship! details
  21. Oh yes it'll be busy, its P.U.S.A Should be a good one, I'm lookiing forward to it!
  22. The Presidents of The United States of America: plus support Tuesday 16th August The Lemon Tree Tickets 13.50 (9 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 8pm Show Starts: 8.30pm PUSA split in 1997 after two years of huge success which saw their eponymous debut album sell two million copies in the US and earned them four Top 40 hits - Lump, Kitty, Mach 5 and Peaches (also a big UK hit). Their split was as much a surprise as their unlikley pop stardom but the band recently reformed to the delight of their worldwide army of fans. Ten years on the band's trademark sound - smart, tuneful, quirky and exhilarating - is every bit as fresh on songs both old and new. details
  23. The Presidents of The United States of America: plus support Tuesday 16th August The Lemon Tree Tickets 13.50 (9 concessions & Regulars) Doors Open: 8pm Show Starts: 8.30pm PUSA split in 1997 after two years of huge success which saw their eponymous debut album sell two million copies in the US and earned them four Top 40 hits - Lump, Kitty, Mach 5 and Peaches (also a big UK hit). Their split was as much a surprise as their unlikley pop stardom but the band recently reformed to the delight of their worldwide army of fans. Ten years on the band's trademark sound - smart, tuneful, quirky and exhilarating - is every bit as fresh on songs both old and new. details
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