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And no, a tin of black paint will not suffice, as the venue hosts lots of other events.Just as an aside, Flux Capacitor has a rather envious pedigree; is all set and rarin' to go: at The Cluny1 in Newcastle on Sunday 17th September 2017 from 2pm till 8pm.You can get there on foot from Byker Metro (15 mins) or catch one of the Quaylink buses straight from the many stops in the Toon.It has a fine selection of real ales and does an excellent Sunday dinner as well as other food.He was involved with so many various rock musicians in our region, and his passing has been deeply felt by so many people that he worked with, those he entertained, or even those he called friends.Local promoter (and good friend of Roddy), Gary Melling, has organised the Rodfest event to mark what would have been the singer's 43rd birthday.Still rockin' the North-East with power and energy some bands can only dream of, and musicianship that for most bands is just unattainable, not to mention a phenomenal stage presence - we are talking about our own home-grown mega rockers . ) So we are proud to post here some pics of the early Skinflint. For those who are not aware, the East Bedlington Community Centre (EBCC) is non-profit making so all monies taken go to keep the Centre alive and help arrange bands for the future.The next big event is 80s party night with - It's on Friday 13th October, doors are 7pm and it's 5 a ticket.
There will be NO raffle and NO auction so best save all your change for the buckets that will be going round in the hands of big gadgies (and gadgettes) throughout the event.With tickets priced at a very reasonable 10 (for the main stage of the Academy), this is an opportunity not to be missed.Not only to see some of this region's giants of rock, but also to raise money for a very good cause, and to pay respect to a much-loved great entertainer.) arranged by Ambulance Service for local charities. , who unfortunately passed away in early October this year.After a wide range of good time material...it's a Xmas Party. Known to his friends as Roddy B, this Brazilian born singer came to this country to follow his dream of performing in the UK.
As spokesman Norm told Riffs: 'The Force are more than happy to support this cause. Difficult to believe that they are now celebrating 18 years in the business - well, we say business, but these lads just exude the love and passion that - dare we say it ('dare, dare') - that so many bands have lost - or never even had in the first place. and before you knew it they were rockin' the crowds at Stormin' the Castle in '07. What a surpise to see local lad Contraband Ron on The Chase on Tuesday (3rd).