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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 Justin Townes Earle - 21st July 2008 © Paul Abraham
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The New nashville

Justin Townes Earle took the New Roscoe audience through an American musical journey, which will be remembered long after the son of legendary singer-songwriter Steve Earle has packed his suitcases and landed back in the good old U S of A. With a confidence and stage presence reminiscent of Dwight Yoakam, Justin performed tales of 1930ís America through to his own modern-day classics of relationships, good and bad with a humour which put the packed venue at ease. The smoothness of his act as he crafted elements of the Blues, American Country and even Rock-style tunes, made this an evening to sit back and enjoy a craftsman at the peak of his profession.

The Lost Boys

Reading their myspace site reveals that The Lost Brothers are a very different and unique duo. With a deeper-voiced Everly Brothers sound to them, the duo are becoming favourite visitors to West Yorkshire. Bosh and Barkís harmonic singing and guitar playing were the perfect support act for Justin Townes Earle.

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