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Sat 6th Aug - The Malpaso Gang / Brock Lobsters


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Saturday 6th August at the Moorings Bar, 'Fudge Aberdeen' present:

THE MALPASO GANG

The Malpaso Gang- Tall Riders on the Lonesome Trail | Facebook

If you fancy a little country and Americana, featuring British

Blues Awards winning lapsteel player Son Henry, then this just

might be the night to pop down for a shandy.

BROCK LOBSTERS

Brock Lobsters | Facebook

Rock band from Fraserburgh. Onstage 9pm sharp, do don't delay.

Plus DJ Lucifer's clubnight 'JUSTICE FOREVER' running til the

3am curfew - "Earth's mightiest rock, punk and metal from the

90s, 00s and beyond!"

3 on the door, first act onstage about 9pm.

Bands finished by eleven pm. Strictly 18+ only.

Bottled beers sourced from the furthest reaches of the darkest

continents! Our own brand Moorings Ale! A ninja for a doorman!

A vast selection of draft beers! Proper ciders! T-shirts! Chess!

The legendary jukebox! A colourful cast of regulars! Karaoke!

Connect Four! CAMRA discount! Student discount! There's even

a bloody PIRATE discount if you actually look the part...

The Moorings Bar - The Place Your Mother Warned You About

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The Mapaso Gang @ The Moorings

The Malpaso Gang topped the bill at The Moorings and played to a smaller crowd than usual for this lively venue.

Popular femme vocalist, Nina, announced that she was infanticipating and would be sitting on a barstool for most of the night.

The band began with Hank William's pre-rock'n'roll rocker, "Honky Tonkin'" and for the rest of the set Nina hardly sat on the aforementioned barstool but was swaying in her usual sexy manner.

Malpaso Gang followers will have noticed some new numbers in the hour long set - the best was a cover of Don Gibson's "Sea of Heartbreak".

During one tear-jerking number two dancers were spotted doing a slow waltz - surely a first at The Moorings.

The evening ended with a rousing rendition of "White Lightning."

Son Henry was outstanding and managed to change guitars three times during the show.

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Hey Graham, thanks for the positive feedback. The guys were really great last night, and Nina was fantastic as always but I felt like I was fighting that big amp and couldn't hear the steel guitar at all. I was playing by feel, not by ear- a dangerous way to play that steel guitar. Fingers crossed I was in tune!

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