(CANCELLED) Soul Stripper (AC/DC tribute) + Dizzy Lizzy (Thin Lizzy tribute)
Saturday 25 April 2020
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
£8 in advance £10 on the door
So, that’s it for a while then…
If you are booked to play at The Marrs Bar, or if you’ve bought tickets to see a band at The Marrs Bar, then at this point in time, consider the gig to be still happening – if it’s after April 27th.
If the ban is to continue past then I will cancel the next batch of gigs on a monthly basis until we’re through this kerfuffle…
We will at some point be given the date of our “release” – and whatever date that is, then I’m having the biggest mother f’kin release party ever.
I’m talking about a full weekend of music – a mini music festival if you will – from noon until the wee hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the first weekend we’re allowed to re-open, so to all my muso friends out there – let me know if you want to be part of it, we’ve got at least a month to plan it and I know you ain’t got a gig booked for that weekend yet 😂 – just waiting for Boris to tell me what weekend that will be.
Peace and love and if I can help you with anything just holler.
If you are a fan of Bon Scott era AC/DC(1974-1979) then you will not believe your ears! Soul Stripper are a musical tribute to the roots of the biggest hard rock band on the planet and are guaranteed to provide an explosive show that you will not want to miss with very special guests Dizzy Lizzy.
Dizzy Lizzy are a fantastic live tribute act, dedicated to one of Rock’s all time legends ‘Phil Lynott’ & THIN LIZZY. Established in 1994, their sound & set-list faithfully recreate that trademark Lizzy sound.
Philomena Lynott stated that Dizzy Lizzy are ‘the closest to playing my sons music’ This sentiment has echoed throughout the years. Dizzy Lizzy do indeed have an amazing sound andresemblance to the classic 70s & 80s rock band. They will take you back in time to relive that magical musical era with a superb blend of classic foot stomping rock anthems and emotive rock ballads.
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