Mother Black Cap gig for Break
At the Hog in Armour, Norwich on Saturday 3 November -
music from 9pm
Tickets £7 from Break, 01603 670100, email@example.com
Mother Black Cap are based in the Yarmouth / Norwich area and have been a gigging band since early 2005. The band released their first full length album "In the Comfort of your own home" to much acclaim in 2006 and have followed that up with 2009's masterpiece "The English Way". Their live show has always been entertaining combining talented musicianship, spectacular light show and video projections, great songs and lot's of tongue in cheek humour. They are currently in the process of recording their third album, which promises to be their best yet.
The band are well known on the festival circuit, having in recent years played Halesworth's Gig-in-the-Park, the Greenpeace Fayre, Fordham Music Festival, Happisburgh Solstice Music and Beer Festival and Cambridge Rock Festival to name a few. They have built up a loyal following across East Norfolk and have played alongside artists such as (in no particular order) Uriah Heep, Asia, Focus, Curved Air, Hawkwind, Chas'n'Dave, Echo and the Bunneymen, Tom Baxter, The Bluetones to name a few. They are also now getting known in the national prog rock scene being regulars at London's premier prog venue - the Peel,and well known in the Classic Rock Society. Their albums have sold to 20 countries all around the world and are regularly to be heard on internet radio stations and seen in national magazines.
The Band consist of Iain Jackson - lead vocals, guitar and harmonica, Bob Connell - Hammond organ, keyboards, vocals, Martin Nico - Guitars, Keyboards , Vocals, David Newson - Bass Guitar, Vocals , Guitar, Neil Holmes - Drums
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