Elemental Live! - The 8 Ball Diner, Essex - 4 February 2012

Discussion in 'Shows Events You've Missed unless you went an' started by Technohippy, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. A preview night of some of the bands playing at Elemental VW Show later in the year to help break the monotony of the winter car show drought, have a bit of a get together and hopefully raise a few quid for our favourite charity Essex Air Ambulance. Its also a great opportunity to get your advance tickets for the VW show while you're there :)

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    The 8 Ball Diner is located A12 Northbound at Rivenhall, Essex, between Chelmsford and Colchester. Parking is available for 200+ bikes, or 70+ cars.

    The 8 Ball Diner – London Road – A12 Northbound – Witham – Essex – CM8 3HB. Telephone: 01376 573403

    £2 on the door (kids free) and you get three acts:

    Deferred Sucess left their infectious melodies imprinted in the minds of many after last year's show. Cider on the Beach, Ode to TR, the one about Razorlight not being very good and their unique cover of Carter USM's Sheriff Fatman, Deferred Sucess are always a crowd pleaser with the VW scene. With their debut album ready for release and an unforgiving live schedule, the band is sure to give a high energy performance.

    Deferred Sucess - Sheriff Fatman

    Buddy Lee Dickens was born on February 11th 1988, in lawrenceburg KY ,he came to England with his two brothers ,Jebidiah and Dick, they formed a band called The Family Dickens , and started to get known around the local music scene in Colchester , they were tipped to be one of the top five bands to look out for in 2011 but the band was short lived and Jebidiah and Dick went back to KY. Buddy Lee stayed in England as a solo artist. Buddy Lee has played with such names as Dave Mcpherson(INME) Eddie and the hot rods, Prima donna , and more...

    Rare education reel featuring The Family Dickens

    Caitlin & Jake are a duo who started out playing songs together after their band broke up. First seen by the Elemental talent scouts on the open mic acoustic stage at Wivenhoe May Festival in 2011, Cait's clear crisp vocals have earned her bookings across Essex throughout the year.

    Misguided Ghosts cover. Caitlin Moss.
  2. Bump ^^^ its gonna be a busy night :)
  3. Honky

    Honky Administrator

    How did it go TH?
  4. considering the scaremongering the BBC were doing about the weather all day runnng up to it... very well, .... well enough that I'm looking to do another one in March if things all come together :)

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