The Saw Doctors Return

The Saw Doctors Return

The Saw Docotors Return

The Saw Docotors Return

The hook-laden sounds of 1960s rock bands like the Beatles and the Byrds and the working-class imagery of Bruce Springsteen are combined with the musical traditions of Ireland and the intensity of punk rock by the Saw Doctors. The Saw Doctors were a little-known local bar band in Tuam (pronounced “Chewam”) in County Galway when they were invited by Mike Scott to be the opening act on the Waterboys’ 1988 tour of Ireland and the United Kingdom. In the decade since, however, the Saw Doctors have emerged as the most successful Irish rock band since U2. The Washington Post referred to the Saw Doctors as “one of the world’s most appealing roots rock outfits.” [Read more…]

Urban Myth Club – Back With A New Album

Urban Myth Club return to the dance music scene with a new album due for a late February release. But as their 2006 debut ‘Helium’ sold over 10,000 copies (and counting) and tracks still pop up on the playlist on late night radio or in a down-and-dirty dive bar as often as they do at Hampstead yoga classes – some might say they’ve never been away… [Read more…]

BandBash at Italian Club

NuTrend Promotions present Two of Cape Town’s Top Bands who will perform at the Italian Club in Rugby on Saturday 19th June 2010 from 18h00. Tickets are R100 per person and will include a pasta buffet, secure parking and drinks at club prices.

Back to Back comprises Kenny Bird (lead guitar and vocals); Angelo Simone (drums and vocals); Peter Alcock (keyboards and vocals); Clive Newton (bass and vocals); Madeleine Ginn (vocals and rhythm guitar) and Bruce Clayton (vocals). The band has a large repertoire of old and modern music in many forms and genres that is guaranteed to get your feet stomping.

Beat-Route which consists of Myles Wakeham (vocals); Dave Evans (drums); Dave Richards (keyboards and vocals); Jock de Coito (lead guitar); Chris Harris (bass and vocals). The band plays an A to Z blend of rock music ranging from THE ANIMALS to ZZ TOP!

AS TICKETS ARE LIMITED and the evening is intended to have fun, meet friends, listen and dance to good music and enjoy some real Italian pasta, we would recommend that you secure your seats by booking as soon as possible.

For bookings or more information, please contact:

Mandy 083 261 6338 – nutrendpromotions @


Monica 082 855 2251 – monica.l @

Lee Mead leads the line up for SO Festival 2010

First it was flying drummers and the best of Lincolnshire’s unsigned bands, now it’s the West End stage that’s coming to Skegness as part of the SO Festival 2010.

Lee Mead will bring his show to the Skegness Embassy Theatre on Sunday 25th July.

The singer, who hit the big time after winning BBC series Any Dream Will Do, will be performing songs from his latest album Nothing Else Matters, as well as well-known West End classics.
Lee is about to take on the role of Fiyero in the musical Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre from May 10th 2010 before touring the UK with his second studio album.

Speaking of the chance to perform at the Embassy Theatre, Lee said: “I remember doing some work experience at similar theatres to Skegness Embassy at The Cliffs Pavilion, Southend, assisting with the spotlight. I used to think, ‘Wow, wouldn’t it be great if it was me on stage one day’, and now it is. It’s all a bit surreal, but amazing at the same time.”

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