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The [New] Roscoe Gig Reviews

List of Reviews

Justin Townes Earle - 21st July 2008
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KeepitCASH - 11th March 2007
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Do$ch - 3rd March 2007
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Honeytone Cody - 28th February 2007
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Headfirst - 14th January 2007
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The Storys - 13th September 2006
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Vamp - 4th June 2006
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Boo Herwendine - 24th May 2006
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Charlie Speed - 14th May 2006
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Corb Lund - 27th March 2006
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Martin Stephenson - 30th March 2005
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Frank Sidebottom + The Boy Tate - 18th October 2006
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Tom Russell - 18th September 2006
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Jon Gomm + Gallo - 12th April 2006
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John Parkes + Braxton Hicks + Martin Hughes - 30th January 2006
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Deadstring Brothers + Pigzipper - 9th October 2005
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Chicken Legs Weaver + Cardboard Cowboy + Tom Rodwell - 28th September 2005
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9 Volt Shot + Ajanta + Myopia - 7th September 2005
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Astral Flyers + Electric Mud Generator + Napoleon Solo - 13th July 2005
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Space Ritual - 28th April 2005
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The Durbervilles + The Delamores + Jordan Senior - 21st April 2005
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Delmonica + Shearwater + Zenith - 6th April 2005
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The Hamsters - 29th December 2004
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Waking The Witch + Gallo - 5th September 2004
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The Wrinkle Neck Mules + The Durbervilles - 19th July 2004
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Union Jackass + Local Heroes + That's Called Stealing - 4th March 2004
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Cinerama + The Call - 5th October 2003
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Bad Manners + RKID - 28th August 2003
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Scandal - 16th August 2003
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Woody Mann + Jon Gomm - 28th May 2003
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Blue Rodeo + Luke Doucet - 21st May 2003
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Deepest Purple - 27th March 2003
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Review of KeepitCASH - 11th March 2007 © Paul Abraham
www.leedsmusicpromotions.com

“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash” arguably the most iconic opening line, in live music history, sent a tingle down the spine of the New Roscoe audience, as KeepItCa$h visited the venue for the first time. Every track was delivered with authority, and at times, a quite eerie quality, when the line “But I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die” the blood in your veins froze, as the great mans drawl echoed around the room. All the classic tracks were covered in a breath-taking performance, which the champion of the underdog, the poor and the down-trodden, was no doubt looking down and giving a nod of approval. The San Quentin prison sentence called work, was a million miles away from your mind, as the band gave you a feel-good factor like no other. This was a golden performance from the man in black.

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