What band are you most looking forward to seeing perform @ LBB9?
London Swings this Easter to the sound of a dozen thrilling live bands and International DJ talent that will melt your heart and mind. Expect the hottest R&B, Northern Soul, Ska, Boogaloo, Garage, Freakbeat, Psych, Rock n Roll and Blues ever committed to vinyl over 3 rooms with Guest Clubs, Allnighters, Eye-Candy Visuals and Go-Go Dancers. Other treats include a Record Fair, Market and Day-time events. Le Beat Bespoké 9 provides a diverse and authentic underground music culture event second to none! Explore the microsite here http://www.newuntouchables.com/lebeatbespoke/ for band news, DJ playlists, podcasts and videos. Grab yourselves one of the early bird tickets for the Wildest Party in Town!
one word kids.....................BEATPACK!
Really chuffed to hear the chaps are fuzzin' at LBB gonna be such a treat for saturday day.
Hi Xela, Welcome to the network.
You can still buy a ticket for the club on Friday night and tickets for the live music and clubs on all the other days through the usual website www.229thevenue.co.uk
I hope that helps, Best Rob
We regret to announce that CORNERSHOP will not be perform at LBB9 on Thursday 28 March due to illness of the drummer.
Replacing Cornershop as headline act is ALFA 9 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17JVoz8iKi4
Added to the bill are another great London band THE SEE SEE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmei5kX_Zu4
A full refund is available for Thursday night tickets holders from the point of purchase.
However if you have already made plans and want to come and catch two brilliant live bands we have reduced the ticket price to £8.
You can collect the balance £8.50 in cash refund when you arrive at the door (please bring ID or the card you purchased your ticket with)
Rob looking forward to the Brighton 2013 Aug weekend,again great time 2012 thanks
Hammond supremo, Bill Bush, has landed in the UK ahead of his visit to Crossfire on Sunday. Went for a meal and he related how he met Elvis in 1955 in a Doughnut shop, and supported Bobby Bland in the late 60s. He 'bumped into' 85-year-old Stan Lewis, Former Jewel records boss, twice last week at the grocery store and at Lee's Lounge (blues bar). A legend quite frankly, and in my house. They don't make 'em like this anymore.
Photo: Carey Scriber - sax (decd.) Louis Melancon - drums, and Bill Bush (Hammond B3 / bass) - circa 1965.