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JULY 2018

YOUR ONE STOP GUIDE TO THE BEST MUSIC IN THE COUNTY!

D O R S E T MUSIC SUMMER FESTIVALS ROUNDUP EDITION THE BEST SUNSOAKED FIELDS IN DORSET

mungo jerry headlines poole harbour festival

open mic constest begins, gig previews, listings & more!

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It’s gone a little bit festival crazy in Dorset! This month really does mark the start of the festival season. Living in Dorset we are surrounded by beautiful countryside, which also provides an excellent area for the tribal gatherings which frequent our county. From the long established headline events such as Bestival, to the up and coming local festivals, there is something for everyone this summer. We also take a look at the Open Mic UK contest, which has seen some notible winners in previous years. Rock Regeneration have an indepth look at the new Jack Grace EP and The Sub:Section picks the brains of the man behind the multi-genre party ‘Mash-Up’, Alex Harley. Plus all the usual gig listings, previews and more...

This month’s contributors are:Harry ‘w’ David Chinery Bert Burnell Dan Sullivan

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July 2018

Sun 1 Jazz with Ian Ellis & Friends from 8.30pm + DORSET SUNSHINE from midday - Increase The Peace CIDER Fundraiser - till 6pm Mon 2 Solid Air: We Are Robot + Becca Fludgate + Horizon Duo + Dan Tofangsazan + Mark Houghton from the Dark Side Tue 3 Carl’s Comedy Club - Graham Whistler (Headliner) with support from Lubo, Ryan McDonnell and Alex Dunnett Wed 4 Open Mic Night Thu 5 An Evening of Country with Ben Rose + Hengistbury Fri 6 Thin Wire Fence + Dj Connie till late Sat 7 Skank & Bounce with DJs French Mike & Miss Summer Sun 8 Sunday Folk with The Fox & The Owl Mon 9 Solid Air - Wonky Donk warm-up with Citizen Perez Band + Jason D. Thompson (USA) + Jonny Phillips Tue 10 Word Makers with Myriam San Marco Wed 11 Open Mic Night in Chaplins Thu 12 Bandstand: Kung Fu Chicken Fighters + Terran Spacers Fri 13 Soulhole + Dj Connie till the early hours Sat 14 Hello Hawaii + Dj Mikee till late Sun 15 Jazz Sunday with Nano Trio - Modern Jazz Mon 16 Solid Air - Ethereal (Yui’s B’day) + Dirty Shingles (Unplugged) + Flower Power aka Jenifer Divine + Leopold Gower Tue 17 Sophie Hosken-Taylor (Bristol) + James Kennedy (UK Tour) Wed 18 Open Mic Night in Chaplins Thu 19 Bandstand: “Words W/Friends Vol III Tour” Dead Horse Bay Tech/Spoken Fri 20 Lady Winwoods Maggot + Dj Connie till late Sat 21 Hightown Crows + Dj Unification Sun 22 Jazz Sunday with FB Pocket Orchestra Mon 23 Solid Air: County Hospital + Powdered Cows + Moonbeams Tue 24 Acoustic Tuesday in Chaplins with We Are Robot Wed 25 Open Mic Extravaganza in the Cellar Bar Thu 26 Rubber Soul: Marble Tides Fri 27 Xander & The Keys + The Sids - on their UK tour + Dj Mikee Sat 28 Greenpeace All Day Event + Dj Dubwize till the early hours Sun 29 Jazz & Blues with Zoë Schwarz & Rob Koral Mon 30 Forbidden Planet with Dan Marshall + Benen (Brighton) + Tobias in Flight Tue 31 Acoustic Tuesday in Chaplins with Hannah Robinson follow our Instagram: chaplinscellarbar -- Facebook: chaplins-bar -- twitter@chaplinscellar -- Contact us via our Website: www.chaplins-bar.co.uk Correct at time of press


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Festival Roundup New Forest Folk Festival, 4th-8th July A family run event held at Powells Farm, complete with custom wooden barn style staging and homemade food, this years event is headlined by Ward Thomas, Steeleye Span and Feast of Fiddles.

Christchurch Festival, 6th-8th July

Christchurch Festival has been a regular feature on the Quomps for many years now. It is organised and run entirely by volunteers and with no financial help from the council or any other body. Headlined by Saints of Sin, Black Water County and Lady Winwoods Maggot the tickets are only ÂŁ10 for the weekend!

Paradise Beach, 13th July Headlined by Solardo and Fisher. Bringing you an audio visual feast that will perfectly capture the stunning setting of the area & while complimenting the world famous British Beach Polo Championships!

Wonkydonk, 13th-14th July Now on its 8th year, this sellout festival presents music to its original style of all things roots, that’s to say Wonky Donk has strings vibrating and hands clapping with no help from computers and plastic fantastic machines.

Wilkswood Reggae Festival, 20th-22nd July Featuring live music, soundsystems, selectors, deejays, acoustic acts, poets & comedian this family friendly has over 45 live artists including General Levy & Joe Ariwa, Lee Scratch Perry, Mad Professor, ChainSka Brassika and Dubheart.


We love festivals at Dorset Music Mag, and living where we do we are truly spoiled for choice for awesome field parties all the way through the summer and beyond. We take a look at a small handful of what the south has to offer.

On The Bus, 20th-21st July

After 7 years, On The Bus finally lies to rest. But not after one final party. Known for it’s eclectic mix of music and no nonsense approach to having fun. Expect DnB, Rave, Rock, Soul, Live Wrestliing, Fire Shows and much much more at this final party to end all parties.

Beer and Bluegrass, 27th-28th July

Now in its fourth successful year Beer and Bluegrass is proud to bring you the very best in Bluegrass and Americana. Artists include Whisky Shivers from Austin Texas and the Hot Seats from Richmond Virginia, Midnight Skyracer and the fabulous Naomi Bedford Band.

Rustic Stomp, 27th-28th July A music festival paying homage to the golden age of rock and roll, rockabilly, skiffle, country, blues and more.

Bestival, 2nd-5th August Set in the beautiful grounds of Lulworth Castle, Bestival may be one of the big boys but its small festival roots and support of the underground music scene over the years makes it one of the best.

Feralfest, 7th-9th September Punks not dead! Featuring UK ska / dub / punk legends PAIN, Inner Terrestrials, Culture Shock and loads more the 2nd year of this event is already looking awesome.


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Having successfully crowd funded twice, they have been able to undergo this sympathetic restoration of a Victorian building in the Triangle area of Bournemouth as well as installing a 20 barrel brewhouse capable of producing 15,000 pints a week. Back in the JULY of 2013, Jennifer Tingay, who was brewing for Lyme Regis brewery at the time, decided it was time for the good folk of England to be treated to beer of her own design and started brewing Southbourne ales. Since then the brand has grown to eight ales ranging from a lovely summery blonde ale, to a seriously scrumptious oatmeal stout and everything in-between. In 2015 Jennifer realised there was a bigger market for her ales and decided to expand into her very own brewery. After a bit of a search Jennifer decided an old car show room on Poole Hill would be the perfect place to upscale, moving from a rented 4-barrel plant to a substantial 20-barrel plant.

Since opening the brewery has produced several beers from the Southbourne Ales range which can be enjoyed in the traditional brewery bar. The taproom isn’t just for real ale drinkers and prides itself on providing a large selection of international and locally produced drinks such as a selection of wines from Dorset vineyards including a sparkling wine from English Oak, red and rose from Furleigh Estate, fruit wines from Lyme Bay, and of course the very popular local gins including Conker, Lilliput and Pothecary. Poole Hill Brewery also hosts events which include a pub quiz on the final Wednesday of every month, open mic every Sunday, and live music every Friday. The basement visitor’s centre is available for hire for meetings, birthday parties and networking events and also houses a 16-seat cinema which makes for a great evening out watching a film whilst having a pint or two. Open Monday to Thursdays from 6pm to catch the double feature.

After 20 years of abandonment the empty building took a lot of work to convert into a brewery. Jennifer turned to beer lovers and friends for help with the project and managed to crowdfund enough money to make the dream There is something for everyone at Poole Hill Brewery so become more of a reality. After a year of building work the taproom opened for Christmas 2018 and with a few more next time you find yourself strolling around town pop up to months of effort, on the 1st of May 2018, Jennifer brewed the Bournemouth Triangle and have a refreshing beverage, perhaps enjoy some great music, watch a film, have a chat her first beer at Poole Hill Brewery. with the delightful staff or be enlightened by the most excellent Bill on a brewery tour and tutored tasting.


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THE SUB:SECTION

drum&bass | jungle | by Harry D-Tox

This month for the Box Fulla Records Sub:Section, we talk to Alex Harley aka Gnarlston, DJ, Promoter, and all round nice guy of Bournemouth’s music scene. We talk to him about his love for multi-genre music and his new twist on his established Mash Up events.

The DJs are happy to do it because they have the love for it and are fully encouraged to do whatever they want behind the decks, the club are happy because they’re making bar sales, and I’m happy because I can get involved rather than sit at the door taking people’s money! Everybody wins!

Let’s start at the beginning, tell us, when did you first get into music and have you always had a diverse taste? As a teenager, in the early 00’s, I was massively into anything rock related, from the punky stuff like Blink 182, to the Overly Heavy stuff like Slipknot. I was really into it and I loved finding out the back stories to the bands and finding their side projects. Then I saw Kevin & Perry Go Large and that all changed into love for all different kinds of music. Trance at first, then mainly Drum & Bass, and expanding into Dubstep as time went on.

With your wide taste in music, have you ever had a go at producing music yourself, and, if so, would you be able to tie it down to one genre? I’ve been known to have a tinker with production, mainly editing tunes and messing around, though I’d rather spend more time DJing or promoting. I’m not big on sitting in front of a computer for hours and days on end, as I seem to struggle for free time with my day job as it is! And like you say, I would have the issue of just not knowing what to produce genre wise, I think doing Multi-Genre EPs would be a cool idea, having 3 or 4 tracks each of a different genre, but then you have the problem of being Jack of all trades and a master of none.

Mash Up, hence the name, has always been a multigenre event, but you have delved deeper into this at your next night, on 6th July, with all DJs doing 90 minute mixed-genre sets, what prompted this and what can we expect? I’m always asking around the Mash Up regulars what they like and don’t like about the nights, and people are quite into the tempo changes more than I thought. So I’d expect to see longer build ups and intros, some epic breakdowns and more of a flow to the sets than you’d perhaps normally get. The main reason for the 90 minute set times is I’d like to see more time taken over mixes rather than banger into banger with no real break down. The DJs playing the night are so excited for this one, I know they’ve all been experimenting a lot! I know you work hard behind the scenes, helping out various other promoters on events such as Vibez and the more recent Gaia Pope Charity event, but when did you first launch Mash Up and is there anyone else who organises it with you? Mash Up first came about in 2014, all the local events had become either straight drum and bass nights or deep house nights, and I just grew frustrated with the lack of dubstep, as 2-3 years prior it was pretty much everywhere. At the same time I was really getting into the Jackin’ house sound that was starting to erupt around the UK, but I wasn’t really seeing anywhere you could get those sounds mixed with drum and bass at the time, so I started Mash Up as a night to just experience all those sounds in one place. Pretty soon my mate Zack a.k.a CMPLX decided he wanted to do a Garage and Drum and Bass crossover night called Roadblock so we ended up running the nights together. Roadblock became just a straight Drum and Bass night pretty quickly, and we used Mash Up for the more experimental side of things. Zack got the traveling bug though so it’s just me running Mash Up as a one man passion project at the moment! I notice that Mash Up events are normally free entry, how does this work for you and has this always been the case? In the early days of Mash Up and Roadblock Zack and I felt that you couldn’t really throw a decent music event without a headliner but it ended up getting to the point where we were spending so much money on headliners we weren’t actually leaving any room for error or a profit, which was cool at the time but it takes its toll after a while. I realised if I wanted to do it for the joy of it, I had to take money out of the equation.

Have you got any DJ bookings or events over the summer that you would like to tell us about, and where is best for readers to keep up to date with yourself and the Mash Up events? We’ve got 6th July Multi-Genre special coming up very soon, then on the 4th September I plan on doing a part 2 to the Multi-Genre special with some of the other resident DJs. Then looking a bit further on we’ll be back on Boxing Day with a free entry party just because it Christmas! Those 3 events will be the last of the regular nights as I’m going to be changing Mash Up into more of a streaming/YouTube based project! Without giving too much away think Boiler Room with a Mash Up twist. I’ll be getting headline acts involved with that and really delving into what inspires them and makes them tick! Mash Up events as of 2019 will be taking place still, but once or twice a year, probably a summer and winter special when the big ticket events are having their breaks, I’m keen to stick with the dark, intimate bunker vibe for those!

Dorset Jungle/D&B Listings

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Fri 6th - Mash Up! Free Entry, Bomo Bunker, Bournemouth. Sat 7th - Dub Club, Riviera, Boscombe, Bournemouth. Sat 14th - Dub Club, Riviera, Boscombe, Bournemouth. Fri 20th- Sun 22nd - Wilkswood Reggae Festival, Nr Swanage. Sat 21st - Dub Club, Riviera, Boscombe, Bournemouth. Fri 27th - Enter & Drumfunk, Eden Bournemouth. Sat 28th- 25 Years of Jungle Mania, Switch Southampton. Sat 28th - Dub Club, Riviera, Boscombe, Bournemouth. Sat 28th - Bass Til Dawn, Bomo Bunker, Bournemouth.


PREVIEWS Founder of The Misfits goes solo

DOYLE

Last months DMM cover feature, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, is an American guitarist best known for his material with the horror punk band the Misfits. Expect a sonically thick and lyrically evil slab of metal that finds Doyle expanding in a logical progression upon the genre of music he helped create.

4TH JULY | THE OLD FIRE STATION GREEN HAZE

Welcome To Paradise Green Haze are an energetic tribute to one of the best punk rock & rock’n’roll bands the world has ever seen - Green Day. Green Haze’s’s live shows are high octane events where the band go to every length to capture the raw power and dynamics of Green Day’s music and bring it to life on stage.

6TH JULY| SOUND CIRCUS Funk, Soul and Disco

GROOVEMEISTER

Groovemeister are a 7-piece funk band, playing the best of soul and disco from the late 70s and early 80s . . . now! They put the class in classics, with a sound so rich and authentic you will be transported back, even if you weren’t there in the first place.

13TH JULY | CANVAS Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit.....

CHAS AND DAVE

In the tradition of The Kinks and the Small Faces and around the same time as Ian Dury and Squeeze, Chas and Dave wrote and recorded exceptionally witty songs about life in London, performed with a strong affection for all things English and reminiscent of many of the great Music Hall artists many years previously. In their case however, the musical accompaniment to their sharply observant material was neither rock nor punk but solid, no-nonsense rock n roll style which had been their background and inspiration!

14TH JULY | BOURNEMOUTH BIC PART CHIMP

Absolutely Fucking Wonderful Former members of Ligament playing irreverent lo-fi guitar attack. ‘The thin line between stupid and clever’. Everett True of Plan B Magazine has called them ‘Absolutely ****ing wonderful’ and Uncut said the following of them- ‘..unadulterated, amp-blowing eardrum pummelling for the hell of it. Ferocious but fundamentally euphoric.’

14TH JULY | THE ANVIL

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PREVIEWS Mississippi Bluesman plays new venue

ZAC HARMON

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Zac Harmon is returning to his roots after several decades expressing an unbiased love for music. Born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, Harmon is a disciple of the Farish Street blues sound Sponsored by the Southern California Blues Society of Los Angeles, Harmon and the Mid South Blues Revue went on to win The Blues Foundation’s 2004 International Blues Challenge as “best unsigned blues band.” Since then there’s been no looking back. MADDING CROWD

LADY WINWOODS MAGGOT

Some Call It Death Western Formed in ‘94, this four-piece play an entertaining fusion of rock and country, with elements of punk thrown in. Sometimes an angel choir. Sometimes a chainsaw going through puppies. The Clash mating with Johnny Cash.

High End, Roots & Blues

20TH JULY | CHAPLINS, CELLAR BAR OASISS

Oasiss are a tribute to Britpop rockers Oasis. ‘Beatlesque’ melodies combined with attitude and arrogance akin to The Rolling Stones made this Manchester band one of the most important bands of the ‘90s.

Oasiss recreate the show with all the music and less of the on stage, off stage, ego’s and Gallagher brothers nonsense.

REV HAMMER

21ST JULY | THE FIVEWAYS PUB Folk Musician and part of The Levellers family

With a musical career spanning over 20 years, Rev Hammer has come from recording in a cowshed in Essex to collaborating with some of Britain’s most legendary folk & rock musicians. Fans of Rev Hammer’s albums ‘Freeborn John’ and ‘Green Fool Recordings’ will be excited to no end by the new ‘Spitting Feathers’.

JULY 29TH | THE ROPEMAKERS, BRIDPORT Solo show from frontman of TKO TIM SOMERFIELD (AFRO NINJA) Tim Somerfield (Afro Ninja) is the solo stylings and acoustical ingenuity of Tim Somerfield, combining strong guitar rhythmns and some deft finger work, bringing you a full rock influenced, upbeat, yet similarly laid back performance. Not only is his own catchy and deeply thoughtful material simply exquisite, played alongside some well-known and some unexpected covers, he’s one you won’t forget

31ST JULY | THE LORD NELSON, POOLE QUAY

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Music competition auditions dates for Open Mic UK 2018 have been announced! THE GRAND FINAL IS BACK AT THE O2 IN LONDON Open Mic UK have announced their auditions dates for Open Mic UK 2018! The Open Mic UK singing competition auditions will be hosted at 14 regions across the UK and the competition will be searching to find the UK’s best singers, singer songwriters, rappers and vocal groups! Open Mic UK are proud to announce that those acts making the Grand Final will have the opportunity to perform at the Indigo in The O2 in London. PERFORM IN FRONT OF RECORD LABEL A&R AND GET YOUR MUSIC HEARD! It’s a chance for aspiring singers and musicians to perform to Music industry judges who are at every stage of the singing competition from the auditions to the Grand Final.

Judges in the past include judges that work for the three major record labels (Universal, Warner and Sony) in attendance at last year’s competition, as well as festival organisers, national radio DJs, regional press and BBC Introducing, with judges getting more prestigious as the competition progresses. Open Mic UK is brought to you by Future Music, the company behind the discovery of numerous acts who, have competed in the competitions on their way to being signed to major record labels like; Lucy Spraggan, Luke Friend, Karen Hardy, Jacob Banks, plus Warner Music’s signings and Open Mic UK’s first winner Birdy and The Lottery Winners along with Union J’s Jaymi Hensley amongst many many more…

The Open Mic UK singing competition auditions are allocated on a first-come, first served basis, audition places are already filling fast so get your audition booked now to avoid disappointment!

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For more information and to book your audition! Go to the website at www.openmicuk.co.uk Jacob Banks


Poole and Bournemouth’s biggest & best family & live music festival is back on the 27th, 28th & 29th July at Baiter Park in Poole with over 30 live acts across three stages featuring the best local and tribute bands as well as Sunday headliner & local legend Mungo Jerry, complete with full band. The main stage will be in a circus big top for 2018 to make sure the party goes on, come rain or shine. The second stage will again be in the massive beer tent, accompanied by great real ales & ciders. A huge range of quality street food stalls will keep you fuelled up for the day and the free kids entertainment includes Mr Merlin, Krazy Kev, the Mad For Animals Show, Circus Workshops & Family Fire Show. Tickets on sale July 15th.

MUNGO JERRY

Legends in every sense of the word their career is well into its 5th decade. Best known for the hits ‘In The Summertime”, “Baby Jump” and “Long-Legged Woman Dressed In Black”, the bands blend of Psychedelic edged rock is the perfect accompaniment to an event such as this.

FILTA

A 4 piece band featuring both covers and original music, playing contemporary songs alongside classic dance anthems in their own unique style, their live set is an experience unlike any other. Led by keyboards and soaring vocals and backed up by a super groovy a rhythm section the band provides the perfect sound for a knees up.

We take a look at some of our top picks for the weekend:

STEAMHOUSE ROCK NIGHTS

PUNK ON YOUR HITS All the best and worst pop songs played in a punk rock style. Utterly unique and equally fun POYH does exactly what it says on the tin.

Dorset music favs! Led by Jeff Keenan these guys always bring the party (and the Jack Daniels). Playing a mix of rock from classic to modern and having a good time doing it, it’s impossible not to have a smile and a dance when they are spinning the tunes.

SIXTEEN STRING JACK A 3-piece band formed from the ashes of local folk punks The Jack Ratts they have a more stripped down sound playing a mixture of Americana, Irish Trad & Country.


GIG LISTINGS

the best of the rest

Sun 1 Lord Nelson Poole : Streetlife Sun 1 Ludo Lounge Southbourne Bournemouth : The Roughcuts Sun 1 London Tavern Ringwood : David Marks Sun 1 Lord Nelson Poole : Morgan the Dog + Harlequin

Fri 20 The Madding Crowd Bournemouth : The Bedroom Text + Cherry Lotus Fri 20 James and White Christchurch : The Goodfoot Band Fri 20 Kinson Conservative Club Bournemouth : The Defectors

Mon 2 Heartbreakers Bar Southampton : Kitty ONeal + Support

Sat 21 Anchor Pub Sawanage : Savage Underdogs + GB Band + Jawbone and the Swine Sat 21 The Madding Crowd Bournemouth : The Leggomen Sat 21 Canford Heath Community Centre Poole : Mutiny at the Beach Sat 21 Sloop Poole : The Juju Men Sat 21 Belvedere Inn Weymouth : Meat Sweats Sat 21 Hop Inn Bournemouth : My Generation 79 Sat 21 ONeills Bournemouth : Drunk Education

Tue 3 Bournemouth International Centre : Earth Wind & Fire Tue 3 Lord Nelson Poole : Hugh Budden+ Andy Stone Wed 4 Old Fire Station Bournemouth : Doyle + Al B Damned + The Crash Landings Wed 4 The Dolphin Blandford Forum : Harpin On Fri 6 Dorchester Arts Centre Dorchester : Moscow Drug Club + Support Fri 6 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne : The Carpenters Story (Tribute to The Carpenters) Fri 6 Sound Circus Bournemouth : Green Haze (Green Day Tribute)+ Support Fri 6 Sixty Million Postcards Bournemouth : Jawbone & the Swine+ San Marlo Fri 6 Forest Inn Ferndown : The New Beats Sat 7 Sat 7 Sat 7 Sat 7

Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth : The Drifters Canford Heath Community Centre Poole : You & Me Both The White Horse Inn Swanage : Drunk Education New Inn Poole : Rockwaves

Sun 8 Poole Hill Brewery: Lock, Stock and Barrel Wed 11 Lord Nelson Poole : Darren Hodson Wed 11 Dean Park Inn Bournemouth : The Rhythm & Grooves Jam Fri 13 Canvas Bournemouth : Groovemeister Fri 13 The Madding Crowd Bournemouth : Hightown Parade+ Marble Tides + Mikey Ball Fri 13 Weymouth Pavillion Weymouth : Oas-is (Oasis Tribute)+ Stereoironics (Tribute) Fri 13 James and White Christchurch : Phil Dewhurst (Jinder) Fri 13 Sound Circus Bournemouth : Stiff Bizkit (Limp Bizkit Tribute)+ Support Fri 13 Grove Tavern Bournemouth : The Prairie Dogs Fri 13 The Horton Inn Wimborne : Lock Stock & Barrel Sat 14 Dorchester Arts Centre Dorchester : Geno Washington & the Ram Jam Band Sat 14 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne : Elio Pace: Presents Elvis Presley Sat 14 The Madding Crowd Bournemouth : Session One+ Lee Rasdall-Dove Sat 14 The White Horse Inn Swanage : Lady Winwoods Maggot Sat 14 The Gloucester Weymouth : The Decatonics

Sun 22 The Madding Crowd Bournemouth : Rive Gauche Sun 22 Lord Nelson Poole : Wooden Spoons Tue 24 Poole Quay Poole : Little Dave & The Sun Sessions Wed 25 The Owls Nest West Parley Ferndown : Stans Blues Jam Fri 27 James and White Christchurch : Krista Green Fri 27 Shelley Theatre Bournemouth : Jack Grace+ Izzie Yardley Fri 27 Quay Inn Wareham : Total Madness(Madness Tribute) Fri 27 Chaplins Cellar Bar Boscombe : Xander & The Keys+ The Sids Fri 27 Green Man Wimborne : Matt Griffiths Fri 27 Grove Tavern Bournemouth : Matt Black The Piano Man Sat 28 The Park Hotel Weymouth : Total Madness(Madness Tribute) Sat 28 King Charles Poole : Savage Underdogs Sat 28 The Royal Oak Okeford Fitzpaine Blandford Forum : The Decatonics Sat 28 Ship Pub Christchurch : Mudeford Crabs Sun 29 Ropemakers Bridport : Rev Hammer Sun 29 Weymouth Pavillion Weymouth : UK Pink Floyd Experience (Pink Floyd Tribute) Sun 29 Dorchester Arts Centre Dorchester : Bowjangles Tue 31 Lord Nelson Poole : Tim Somerfield(Afro Ninja)

Sun 15 Lord Nelson Poole : Poole Goes Vintage:Featuring : Rockin the Joint + more TBA Sun 15 The Madding Crowd Bournemouth : Ian Ellis Trio Thu 19 Four Horsemen Bournemouth : Tim Somerfield(Afro Ninja)– Human Jukebox Fri 20 Halo Bournemouth : An Orchestral Rendition of DR DRE: 2001+ The Boston Shakers Fri 20 Dorchester Arts Centre Dorchester : Courtney Pine+ Omar: Black Notes From The Deep

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Gigs of the Month Sun 8th July The Hub, Bournemouth : Kinson Music Festival:Featuring: Tori Allen + Kelly Whitelock + Jade Norris + Calvin Glen + Molly Poole + Brothers Grimmer (Duo) + Wave Chase + 27 Days

www.rock-regeneration.co.uk into getting things just right. The music is delivered passionately with an impeccable eye for detail. Jack Grace is an undiscovered gem just waiting to be found. To date he has released two EP’s ‘Home’, ‘Borrowed Words’ as well To celebrate the launch of Jack as a selection of notable individual Grace’s Polar EP, Jack and his the single releases which can all be band will be performing live at the found on iTunes and Spotify. Shelley Theatre on the 27th July, with support from the wonderful If you buy your ticket in advance Izzie Yardley. Jack writes and for the Shelley Theatre gig on the performs songs that have been 27th of July before the 13th July described as a passionate journey each person will receive a FREE though atmospheric textures and digital copy of the new Polar EP ethereal soundscapes rounded a week before its official release. off with Jack’s stunning soulful All you need to do is email Jack vocal. He is influenced by a wide your confirmation email from the range of artists ranging from Jeff ticket purchased from the Shelley Buckley through to Pink Floyd. Theatre to jackgracemusic@ He has surrounded himself with hotmail.co.uk. some top musicians who when they get together on stage bring Tickets for the event are just £12 a great chemistry delivering an each and can be purchased from unforgettable performance. the Shelly Theatre website:

Jack Graces Announces ‘Polar’ EP Launch at the Shelly Theatre on 27th July Special offer for tickets purchased before 13th July........

The evolution of Jack’s music is something that has been a pleasure to watch, each time that he performs there are always tweaks and changes that show that lots of hard work has gone

13th & 14th July: Halls Road Farm, Lytchett Matravers : Wonky Donk Festival Fri 13th July:The Madding Crowd, Bournemouth : Hightown Parade+ Marble Tides + Mikey Ball Sat 14th July:Verwood Hub, Verwood : Battle of the Bands:Featuring : The Silver Horses + Mystery Train + Ethereal + Southern Brotherhood + The Lantern Parade + Skaema + Laika + The 46 + Jawbone and The Swine Sun 15th July:Thomas Tripp (Christchurch), Christchurch : Darren Hodson & The Southern Companion Fri 20 July: The Madding Crowd, Bournemouth : The Bedroom Text + Cherry Lotus Fri 20 July: Chaplin’s Cellar Bar, Boscombe : Lady Winwood’s Maggot Thu 26 July: Anvil, Bournemouth : Employed to Serve + Rough Hands

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The band features: Jack Grace - Vocals/Guitar Christian Evans - Guitar Philip John- Bass Niko Battistini - Drums If you would like to find out more about the gigs and artists Joe Smith- Keyboards mentioned in my blog please go to

Chinners recommends Savage Underdogs- California 99 http://www.savageunderdogs.uk Jack Grace - ‘Polar’ EP http://jackgracemusic.com

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