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O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire

O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire

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O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
Shepherd's Bush Green
London
W12 8TT

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Nick Lowe's Quality Rock & Roll Revue starring Los Straitjackets

Nick Lowe's Quality Rock & Roll Revue starring Los Straitjackets

Nick Lowe’s Quality Rock & Roll Revue sees the producer, musician and songwriter perform tracks from his fourth EP, Tokyo Bay, as well as inviting instrumental act, Los Straitjackets along for a unique live show.

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Mary Black

Mary Black

Due to increasing demand from her fans, Irish singer Mary Black is performing a one-off headline show in London.

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Mott the Hoople '74

Mott the Hoople '74

Mott The Hoople, famed as the only band Queen ever supported, are regrouping once more, as members Ian Hunter, Ariel Bender and Morgan Fisher come together for a string of shows. With a set based around the 1974 albums, The Hoople and Live, plus the non-album greatest hits, this will be a once in a lifetime experience from one of Britain’s favourite glam rock bands.

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Lee Fields and The Expressions

Lee Fields and The Expressions

Lee Fields has been making soul and funk anthems since 1969.

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Jason & The Scorchers + Dan Baird & Homemade Sin + The Kentucky Headhunters

Jason & The Scorchers + Dan Baird & Homemade Sin + The Kentucky Headhunters

Alt-country legends led by singer-songwriter Jason Ringenberg (who has also carved out a parallel career making children's music, under the name Farmer Jason). The Scorchers make a sound that combines alt-rock with country, or "cowpunk" as some have called it. "The tension between the guitarist’s desire to sound like AC/DC and the singer’s love of Hank Williams meant that Jason and the Scorchers made music that sounded like no one else" - The Guardian.

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The Selecter

The Selecter

Formed in Coventry in 1979 The Selecter spearheaded the 2-tone movement along with The Specials and Madness. Fronted by Pauline Black, they first hit the airwaves with 'On My Radio', followed by countless other hit singles. Mixing punk, ska and reggae, their debut album 'Too Much Pressure' successfully reflected the social and political issues of the early Thatcher years in Britain and gave a voice to disaffected youth across the racial divide. The band split at the height of their popularity in 1981 but are now reformed and touring again with original lead singers Pauline Black and Arthur 'Gaps' Hendrickson.

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Electric Wizard

Electric Wizard

Doom metal from Dorset. 'The Wizards are prophets or a new era, preaching salvation and oblivion through mind melting riffs, savage drumming and psychedelic B-Movie imagery. It's raw, barbaric and with little or no consideration to modern production values' (Rise Above Records).

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