Thinking of putting on an evening here once a month say on a Thursday or maybe on a Tuesday bike night evening from 7-10PM upstairs in the lounge bar area.
There will be coffee, soft drinks, crisps light food etc.
We can talk bikes, life, music and anything that tickles your fancy, nothing serious just sharing an evening with like minded people.
Let me know your thoughts and if this is something that you’d like me to organise and I’ll get started. Looking at hopefully starting this after Easter.
Also, we’ll be celebrating 10 years of business here, news of our next music bash coming soon. I hope to unveil the Z1100R at this point. 😄
3 weeks ago
I’ve been working on a crazy lot of really exciting new music for y’alls over the past couple of months (when I’m not staring into the depths thinking bout Joni). I’ll be playing some of this live for the first time next week @squareandcompasspub on Wednesday 18th from 8pm and @durbervilleliving on Thursday 19th from 7pm x
Last gig with the Samurais before lockdown. Was a great evening and I’m really missing being able to get out and play live. More important things at play at the moment though. Stay home, stay safe and wash your hands. Looking forward to getting out gigging again soon! #livemusic#dorsetmusic#dorsetmusicians#samurais#originalmusic
Our next concert coming up is on 29th March 2020, when we will welcome the renowned Aquinas Piano Trio for more info and to book see https://broadstonemusicseries.info/broadstone-music-series-2019-20/aquinas-piano-trio/ …
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Fab being back on the bass again.. Great review from our last gig. ⚡️⚡️⚡️ BBC introducing.. The Electric Shakes had their work cut out but, as they blasted off with their take on loud, dirty, rock ‘n’ roll, it wasn’t long before they were matching up.
With a new bass player since we last saw them on our shores at the Vale Earth Fair last summer it was clear they haven’t lost a beat and the band’s overall slickness (even though their sound is a gritty one) was huge showing how regularly they have been gigging.
Commanding the crowd and band, Guernseyman Steve Lynch led the charge through a set with barely a pause for breath between songs that, with the crowd in tow, built and built until a full on mosh pit kicked off during Shot Me Down (a song inspired by, according to Lynch, ‘the three greatest movies ever made’; Mad Max 2, Dirty Harry and A Fistful Of Dollars). #dorsetmusic