The Vibrators

at Dublin Castle, London
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Christmas Party

The Vibrators - From Pure Mania in 1977 onwards The Vibrators set out their stall as the accomplished but still utterly kick ass end of Romantic punk n roll, showing the upstarts how it's done. Searing, scintillating speedin' rock and roll that they pulse along at such a pace commanded brilliantly by long standing lynchpin Eddie at the drums, you can't possibly relax yer having such a good time. They don't ease off the gas for a second. With The Members' Nigel Bennett on guitar and bass ace Pete chopping out the riddim. Hopefully original songsmith Knox will be popping by from RNR Rescue next door for a bit of Baby Baby action too...

Steve Hooker Band - super charged dirty Essex Delta rocknroll trio, get a reet good and grinding riffology going and take it to the dancefloor with a sleazy Link Wray twang...damn good.

Nuffin - the legendary Roxy Club 'Audition Night'/Janet Street-Porter a TV spot captured the youthful 'Boys who like to do Nuffin' for posterity. A mere forty two years later their debut album 'Crowd Control' appears, showcasing their charming, irreverent old school punk pop played clean and fast just like back in the day. Arrive nice and early for Nuffin!

The Vibrators

The Vibrators appearing at this event

Seventies classic punk legends best known for their hit 'Automatic Lover'. They have played alongside the likes of The Stranglers, The Sex Pistols, Iggy Pop and Chris Spedding. Short, punchy songs with sneering melody lines and gutsy guitar breaks.

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Steve Hooker Band

Steve is best known for his stagecraft as guitarman for garage trashers The Shakers. In the past he has shared stages with Chuck Bwerry, New York Dolls, Johnny Thunders and more.

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Nuffin

On 3rd August 1977, Nuffin turned up at the legendary Roxy Club to play ‘Audition Night’, only to find that Janet Street-Porter and a TV crew had taken over. Luckily, they were looking for an ‘undiscovered’ band as a counterpoint to all of the hype around at the time. And so a brief snap-shot of the the four Caterham teenagers, strutting their stuff and sharing their take on life, was captured for posterity. Jjoin the same four teenagers forty years on, playing the original set, and partying with friends like it's 1977 all over again.

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The Dublin Castle

  • 94 Parkway
  • Camden
  • London
  • NW1 7AN

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