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All tickets are available in advance from wegottickets or from Helen or 07854 031 133 or http://www.helenmartinproductions.com or from the Docking Station on Mon/Tue mornings.
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Tickets are also available on the door
All gigs start at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated.
Gigs, unless otherwise stated are at
St Paul's Parish Centre
St. Paul’s Church
St. Paul’s Road
Brentford TW8 0PN.
108 Brentford Hight Street
Watermans Arts Centre
Tickets for all shows can be purchased from me directly by either by bank transfer (contact Helen for details), sending a cheque payable to Helen Martin Productions Ltd to: Helen Martin, 31a Queensberry House, Friars Lane. Richmond TW9 1NU stating clearly which show you'd like tickets for and the number of tickets. An SAE is always helpful.
To avoid confusion and difficulties on the door on the night of an event, please note that the advance ticket price refers only to tickets which are paid for in advance.
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+ The Revelators
12th January at the Docking Station
The first gig of 2013 is on 12th January when Country Dirt come to Brentford to blast away the January blues! Strong support from west London band, Revelators!
Here's what they say about Country Dirt!
Look alive, City Slickers! 5 great Country swingers & Western slingers are back in the saddle, hot on the trail and kickin up some COUNTRY DIRT….. for your listenin' pleasure
That’s right, COUNTRY DIRT proudly present their debut LP RODEO FREE EUROPE to shake some stardust off that ol C&W collection and put a spitshine on your boots made for dancin'. You might just call it grab-ass bluegrass, you might just say it’s Countronica, but you darn tootin well KNOW it’s only Rock-n-Roll from a different branch of the same root: a li’l Gram, some ol Hank and a whole lotta Wanda.
Frontin up the posse is Texan twirler Marianne Hyatt (Dragstripper, Temple of Sound,, Anarchistwood). Singin from the same hymn sheet and playin some Big Guitar to boot is the electric Patmo Sheeran (Big Self, Stone Rangers). Frank Brown (The Hangin Ropes) put his soul on layaway to play the Devil’s banjo, but switch hits to harp & resonator guitar if the flames get too high. George Blacklock (Blacklock & Brown, Dog's Module) cuts a rug on the mighty mandolin, but also moonlights on vocals, harp & guitar when duty calls. Billy Bob Staunch (Jegsy Dodd & the Original Sinners) shoots from the root with some lo-down dirty bass your mother may have warned you about. Keepin em all in line with a badass C&W beat is the stunning Mr Bryn Morrow
+Phil Martin and Simon Rivers
6th July at St Paul's Church
£11 advance £14 on the door
January 7, 2013