This show was moved from Islington Assembly Hall.
Infamous drummer for The Small Faces and The Who.
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Secret Affair was a mod revival band, formed from members of the power pop band New Heats in 1978 and disbanding in 1982, reforming to perform and record in the 2000s.
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The Truth was a British rock band, who existed from 1982 to 1989. They re-formed in 2012 for occasional live performances. The group was formed by Dennis Greaves, formerly of Nine Below Zero, and Mick Lister in the early 1982. They went through several line-up changes, but Greaves and Lister remained members throughout the group's run.
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Named after the Lambretta scooter, these Mod revivalists have been rockin' since 1979. The current line-up features original members Doug Sanders (vocals) and Paul Wincer (drums) joined by new recruits since 2009: Chris Venzi-James (bass) and Phil Edwards (guitar). The band reached no.7 in 1980 with their biggest hit 'Poison Ivy', a cover of the 1950's Leiber and Stoller song. Still performing their back catalogue, the band are also working on new material.
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The Chords UK
The Chords UK is the current incarnation of Mod-Punk Mega Group The Chords (originally 1979-81), and features original member Chris Pope. “As savage as (Pete) Townshend with toothache... Ace.” Uncut magazine “Loud, sweeping, righteous, and verging on the bombastic, it’s cut-the-crap stuff...it’s good to have him back.” Record Collector Magazine
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Eddie Piller is an English DJ and record label entrepreneur who, along with Giles Peterson, started the Acid Jazz label. He also hosts a BBC 6Music show.
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Squire, The Circles
The Round Chapel
- 1D Glenarm Road
- E5 0LY