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Antrim - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Just Books Fundraiser

category antrim | miscellaneous | event notice author Sunday October 24, 2010 21:50author by Gan ainm - none Report this post to the editors

Belfast Thursday night

Just Books, fundraiser, Thursday night

Just Books new venue fundraiser & new Leveller winter issue (now in colour!) launch party.

Just Books would be very happy if you would decide to come along and listen to some very, very good music on Thursday 28th October and help us to raise funds for our new premises.


Ciaran Murphy
Belfast-based singer-songwriter
Ciaran is a guitar strumming political folk/punk artist whose musical influences range from The Clash, the Exploited, The Pogues and Damien Demspey. He has previously played for Just Books, Anti-Fascist Action and the Say No to Lisbon Campaign, and has recorded & released two studio albums.
A very talented young chap, then.

Kev Jones
The Lobotomies/Bomb City Seven
Local anarcho-punk/hip-hop/hardcore musician and general reprobate Kev Jones will be turning down the amp and going all acoustic for the evening. In his many musical guises he has toured the UK and Europe purveying fine noise to anyone who wants to listen. He’s really very good, and don’t
let the fact that he’s ginger put you off.

Gerry Jones
Re-knowned local trad musician and folk singer, 35 years on the go. And he's Kev's da - if we're lucky they'll sing a duet.

After all that lovely music you’ll probably want some more, so we’re gonna throw in a ska DJ too. Aren’t we nice. As well as that there’ll be a raffle with some feckin great prizes and ample opportunity to get your hands on the brand new (nearly) full colour issue of the Leveller and other such merchandise. All that for a fiver.

The Monaco Bar
(Back bar)
17 Lombard Street
Doors 8pm til late
(First Act 8.30pm)
Door tax £5

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   artists     Gan ainm    Sun Oct 24, 2010 21:55 

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