ROCK N ROLL ART CLUB WITH MALCOLM GARRETT
Art Statement
Q And A
Alison Beale
DJ Tony Bugbear
The Water Rats
Wed 25 May
Into The Glare
Special Guest Otis Coulter
The Glare
Kezzabelle Ambler
Dublin Castle
Thu 26 May
Dublin Castle
Fri 27 May
Dublin Castle
Sat 28 May
Coast To Coast 23rd Anniversary Party
The Altones
DJ Cello
DJ Gladdy Wax
Bank Holiday Special!
Dublin Castle
Thu 2 June
The Return Of Live Music To The Dublin Castle And Beyond...

Greetings! New dates we can actually tell you are actually happening with actual tickets available and actual living breathing musicians playing for your delight and delectation on Bugbear honed stages this Autumn…

PLEASE ADHERE TO COVID SENSIBLE PRACTICES. WASH YOUR HANDS. STAY AT HOME IF UNWELL. WEAR A MASK IF YOU WANT TO. THE DUBLIN CASTLE HAS HAND GEL STATIONS AND VIRUSKILLER UV HEPA FILTER EQUIPMENT IN SITU. ENJOY YOURSELF AND STAY SAFE!

Thu 12 May Dublin Castle
Kosta D And The Fortune Tellers+The Book Of Revelations+The Fabulous Micky C and (the Mighty) Heartache+The 53

Kosta D And The Fortune Tellers-Psychedelic folk with a hazy u.s west coast feel, country joe and the fish maybe but lyrically not, more of a ray davis thing going on, nice The Book Of Revelations – slinky inter-weaving riffology that is a bit proggy , with a blue eyed skank . Elements of 1980s Yes meets The Police via Supertramp– something perhaps of a Peter Gabriel/Genesis influence too- and some interesting social commentary based lyrics. Groovy pop prog, we like it. The Fabulous Micky C and (the Mighty) Heartache-A classy set of protest songs cum lovelorn examinations of the human condition. Hook laden country pop flecked song craft. The 53– Boy/girl duo playing lovely, rancid, garage blues punk. Pop with narco frenzy! Somewhere around the vicinity of The Kills.

Fri 13 May Dublin Castle
Dog Of Two Head+Ed Bennett

Dog of Two Head – Are emerging as one of the top cover bands to Status Quo in the UK. The band, who are from the Midlands and South Wales, pride themselves in being die hard Quo fans and will give you a set from Quo’s heyday in the ’70s. Each song is performed and recreated as close to the original recording as possible. Blistering renditions of some of Francis Rossi’s finest solos. A hard rocking second guitar matching the unique rhythm talent of Rick Parfitt. Heavy bass lines and a solid groove on the drums providing the perfect engine room that Coghlan and Lancaster would be proud of, and all backed up with powerful vocals and a 3 piece harmony. If you want a night of solid boogie rock then look no further. Ed Bennett – you’ve heard of Slowhand well here’s Fast Fingers– Mr B is an incredibly gifted guitar player who rings the neck of his axe in a way that most plank spankers have long neglected to master. In fact he’s a bit more Rory Gallagher or Gary Moore than Clapton but there’s no doubting the immense talent and the emotion he can conjure form them fleet fingers. Playing roots rock n roll and blues with a modern twist care of his superb band.



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