History of the Birthday party shows

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Re: History of the Birthday party shows

Postby Ross » 13th Sep 12, 14:31

kriscoverdale wrote:I know what you mean. One of my friends who's coming looked a bit disappointed that it is a WH show. Worried that he'll hear all the old favourites, rather than having all sorts of random guests playing a wide mix of songs and generally not have the mad variety of stuff that makes the birthday gigs great


In all fairness, that's why I'm a little relieved. I can't go as my second child is due around the date, and was kicking myself about possibly missing the debut of tons of 555 material and Mutation stuff. The news that it's 'only' The Wildhearts has pleased me, as I've seen them many times, and in all honesty, I think these days I prefer Ginger as a solo artist.
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History of the Birthday party shows

Postby Owen » 15th Sep 12, 07:15

Ross wrote:The news that it's 'only' The Wildhearts has pleased me


What so no Ginger solo at the Birthday party? When did that news come out?
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History of the Birthday party shows

Postby Stejy » 15th Sep 12, 07:36

Ginger is definitely doing a set with his solo band as 'support' to The Wildhearts, and apparently it will be very 555% heavy. So that's all bases covered for me :)
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Re: History of the Birthday party shows

Postby Ross » 16th Sep 12, 20:51

Oh aye, yes, I'm missing out on that, but not so much as if it was a Ginger headline.

Or is that just what I'm telling myself to make it ok? ;)
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