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The Blind Dead McJones Band @ The Library

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The Library

229 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 3AP


The Blind Dead McJones Band

Live at The Library on Friday, 25th February 2011

The supplied line up for this gig is The Blind Dead Mcjones Band, Kath and the Mighty Menace, Diego Snail, Break Out Lucille.

Doors 8pm - 12 4 adv (from venue) 5 on the door

This show WILL sell out so please get a ticket ASAP from Jumbo Records or the venue. (Jumbo link at bottom of page)

This gig is being recorded for BBC Introducing!
It's also being filmed for BBC big screens in the North.

......ALAN RAW from BBC INTRODUCING will be spinning tunes and checking out the acts!
Bring your demo if you're in a band, give it to ALAN RAW and he will play it as part of his set, he will then have a copy & may play it on his show.



"A Brilliant Band" Alan Raw - BBC Intoducing

"Astonishing guitar dexterity...An exceptional genius for the ears"
Northern Delight

"remind me pleasantly of a more cohesive birthday party era Nick Cave"
Josh Lewis, Leeds Music Scene

"Boogie blues and blues rock goodness and definately one's to watch on the local live scene if you get the chance." - Jumbo Records



"Awesome what a superb band" - Alan Raw BBC Introducing.

"brought a raucous, acoustic new wave edge to proceedings, along with the best drumming action this side of Dave Grohl. "
Sophia Graham - Yorkshire Evening Post

"A mind blowing Jekyll and Hyde musical tussle that'll have your audio-networks tingling."


"Deliciously different" - bassists mum

"Theatrical as f$%k, nobody dares do that anymore, but you guys did. SICK!" - Mike, The Lost Rites

"Doing the sound for you guys is impossible, my head nearly exploded"
The New Roscoe, Leeds

"So, I guess you like Pink Floyd then..." - MC at The DNE, Wakefield

''On my list of must sees is a fabulous experimental prog-rock band from Leeds called Diego Snail, innovators of using the not so obvious rock instruments, their six member group hosts an electric viola which makes their music uniquely original. Diego Snail's songs go from one extreme to another, churning out big, heavy riffs alongside smooth mellow melodies, amazing stage presence and a delight to the ear - definitely worth seeing live! '' - Annique Alberici, Promotor in Leeds and York

BREAK OUT LUCILLE: http://www.myspace.com/breakoutlucilleleeds

A heavy combination of technical guitar riffs and melodic vocal harmonies with emotive lyrics , big drums and catchy patterns that will hook you . A unique sound of heavy breakdowns and 'chilled' chord progressions will delight your ears!

They bring a great energetic performance to their live shows and always get the crowd moving.

A superb band who are very independent when it comes to recording, photos , they are the epitome of DIY so come check them out they are fantastic live!



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4 bands associated with this gig.

The Blind Dead McJones Band

Diego Snail

progressive experimental fusion rock

Break Out Lucille

Break Out Lucille are a Leeds based pop-punk / hardcore band formed in late 2010

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