Monday, January 31, 2005

Miserable Monday

Typically Monday mornings seem to be the most miserable of the week. The return to work is rarely a happy one, the only consolation being the slightly fuzzy / blurred memories of a hectic weekend.

Well we can't do much to help the feelings except to point out that a whole new week of entertainment is upon us!

The sad thing is today is looking very quiet...

So tomorrow (Tuesday) events in South Somerset & West Dorset
The Jabs, A New Days Enemy @ Flicks Bar, Yeovil
Jazz Jam @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne

Monday events in Taunton & Bridgwater area
Open Mic Night @ Westgate Inn, Taunton

On Tuesday in Taunton & Bridgwater area
Tiverton Folk Club @ Racehorse Inn, Tiverton (well it's sort of in the area!)

Got some dull office time to pass?
Get your PC connected to the web and then go to
It's daft web based musical fun!

The Editor

Sunday, January 30, 2005

Sunday and it's Elvis for you!

Sunday is often the time for lunch time (or afternoon) music sessions. Today you can check out Mr Elvis himself at the Dolphin in Ilchester!

Live music in South Somerset & West Dorset
Jinder @ Three Choughs, Bladford Forum
Barry Paull as Elvis (2-4pm) @ Dolphin Inn, Ilchester
Zoe Schwarz & Rob Koral @ Poet Laureate, Poundbury, Dorchester

Live music in Taunton and Bridgewater
Live Music ~ Old Market, Bridgwater

Bit of a quiet day really!

The Editor

Saturday, January 29, 2005

Saturday & February Magazine

By now many of you will have already received the February edition of Suited and Booted and if you haven't, then you will soon!

Live events in South Somerset & West Dorset
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Garlic Theatre @ Village Hall, Hornblotton
Fat Marrow Blues Band @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Tom Toomey @ Bakers Arms, Martock
Stone Cold Sober (provisional) @ Ropemakers, Bridport
Tickled Pink with Simon Care @ Town Hall, Glastonbury
Griff Griffiths @ Old Barn Club, Yeovil
Live Music TBA @ Labour Club, Yeovil
Live Music TBA @ Half Moon, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Mid Life Crisis @ Swan Inn, Sherborne
Storm @ Westminster, Yeovil

Live events in Taunton and Bridgwater area
Sgt. Peppers O/D Band ~ Cross Rifles, Bridgwater
Snappa ~ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Tim Bromfield ~ Old Market, Bridgwater
Les Martin ~ Princess Royal, Taunton
Roadhouse Revisited ~ Westgate Inn, Taunton
Live music ~ Green Dragon, Wellington

Enjoy the evening!

The Editor

Friday, January 28, 2005


The weekend is almost here and with it your opportunity to let your hair down. Of course some of you may have been tempted by the latest downloadable ringtones available from the USA; yes now you can have the sounds of Porn star Jenna Jameson moaning on your phone.

The price is just $2.50, around £1.33. Quite how anyone can tell the difference between a porn star moan and any other kind is beyond us. What next? The sound of a naughty MP being spanked as your ring tone? Hang on I think we may be on to something...

Live events today in the South Somerset & West Dorset areas
Freeshine, My Deaf Audio, Route 215, Roughdawn, Tungstem @ Flicks Bar, Yeovil

Brighton's finest: My Deaf Audio playing tonight at Flicks in Yeovil

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Garlic Theatre @ Village Hall, Chilcompton
Live Music TBA @ Mermaid Inn, Sherborne
Loose Connections @ Red Lion, Beaminster
Driver @ Fleur de Lis, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Steve's Bike Shop @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Balance of Power @ Ropemakers, Bridport
Sting Ray @ Green Dragon, Combe St Nicholas
Breeze @ White Hart, Sherborne

Live events in the Taunton & Bridgwater area
Vinyl Monkeys ~ Westgate Inn, Taunton
Girone-Maddocks Band ~ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Street Life ~ Cross Rifles, Bridgwater
Jive/Rock’n’Roll ~ Taunton R’n’R Club

The Editor

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Thursday Music, Theatre & Politics!

There's a nice selection of theatrical & musical events on tonight, whether you enjoy just listening or joining in the music making.

Live events in the South Somerset and West Dorset area.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Garlic Theatre @ Village Hall, Clapton & Wayford

Brendon (Brian Adams, Bon Jovi tribute) @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard
Jim Diamond & Snake Davis @ David Hall Arts Centre, S.Petherton
Live Music TBA @ Stars Lane Café Bar, Yeovil
Border Jam @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil

Live events in the Taunton and Bridgwater area
Apple County Chorus meet ~ Tacchi-Morris Centre, Taunton
Live Jazz ~ The Cross Keys, Taunton
Live Blues/Jazz ~ Quantock Gateway, Bridgwater
Chirs & Kellie While ~ Bridgwater Arts Centre

Sort of an interesting contrast in the news today.
Last night we learnt that Home Office would no longer detain in prison, foreign nationals who they suspect of terrorism, because this detention has been ruled by the Law Lords as being discriminatory. Instead anyone suspected of terrorist intentions can held under house arrest without a trial, oh and this includes you and me as well, otherwise it would still be discriminatory.

Just to make this clear, if the Home Secretary thinks you are a terrorist, you can be held under house arrest indefinitely. There is no trial and there is no right for you to see the evidence against you.

Do you trust a politician enough to give him that amount of power?

Today is also Holocaust Memerial day and the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. It's worth remembering that the Nazis who created 'The Final Solution', were voted in to power by well meaning people who failed to hold their Government to account.

We should never let a Government take powers, where those powers can not be restricted or tested by a court of law; the history lessons are clear.

The Editor

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Czech Republic Gigs

Email can sometimes be very temperamental, we received this mail today (Wednesday 26th) so where has it been for the last few days? Matt is looking for a band to join him on a tour of the Czech Republic. (Go on, the beer is very good and very cheap!)

The mail below is from Matt Bartlett at Midnight Mango records in Bridgwater.

One of the things we do in Bridgwater is every year we go on tour in the Czech Republic, where we have many strong links.We are looking for another band to come plus more people to make it work financially...People should jump at this, it's really very good, the beer and food is very, very cheap there are great bands coming so far and you will make lots of new pals...If you are interested contact Brian whose email address you'll find in the mailout below...Matt
Czech rock tour 2005: There are 15 places left for the 2005 czechrock tour and i need to finalise these during the next week.This means anyone interested needs to urgently contact me with a £50 deposit. Either visit me at 7c west quay bridgwater on saturday 22 jan or come to the czech friendship society meeting at the labour club 8pm onwards next tuesday 25th jan.Or email me back on or phone 01278 429002 the dates of the tour are26 march to 3 april (coach travellers)27 march to 2 april (plane travellers)total payment is;-coach 199plane 251 there is also room for one more band -electric or acoustic to join in the tour. FOOTBALL;- there is also a football element to the tour with 3 friendly matches in Prague, Uh.Hradiste + Ceske Budejovice if anyone is prepared to join us. tour dates;-27+28 march PRAGUE29 march OLOMOUC30+31 march UHERSKE HRADISTE1 april CESKE BUDEJOVICE2 april PRAGUE i would stress now that urgency to express an interest and get a deposit to me is crucial.

Call now if you are even half way interested!

The Editor

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Off topic police state madness!

We found the following news item on the Yahoo web site, the reporting is courtesy of Reuters:

Cops use plane to nab apple-eating driver
LONDON (Reuters) - Police called in a spotter plane, helicopter and video-equipped patrol car to help convict a woman who ate an apple while driving to work, newspapers have reported.
After nine court hearings and a trial lasting more than two hours, nursery nurse Sarah McCaffery was fined 60 pounds on Monday when a court upheld a police decision to give her a penalty ticket.
Police used the plane, helicopter and car to film road conditions on the route she took in Tyneside, northeast England, after officers pulled her over in December 2003.
"It is a joke they put so much effort into this," McCaffery, 23, told the Sun newspaper on Tuesday. "You would think they had better things to do."
She said she had both hands on the wheel of her Ford Ka and was driving safely.
But police and public prosecutors said she was not in control and they were obliged to gather evidence when she chose to fight the fine in court.

Now, how is it that the police can marshal this level of resource to nab an apple eating driver and yet routinely fail to investigate bag snatches and similar crimes. Where does this leave the rest of us? If you are holding a cigarette whilst driving will you now be deemed to be not in control of the car? Will scratching your ear or putting on your sunglasses be seen as not being in control of your car?

This level of craziness is incredible and demostrates just how far down we have gone. If you ever had any doubts about whether we lived in a totalitarian police state then this will surely have shattered them.

The Editor

Sunday, January 23, 2005

Sunday, not that musical actually!

A quiet Sunday at home with the papers? A walk in the hills whilst the sun is shining? Whatever makes your perfect day we hope you enjoy it. Musically it's a quiet day (unless you're in Church of course).

Some great news over night from the concert (in Cardiff) organised in aid of the Asian Tsunami Disaster Relief Fund; it has raised £1.2Million and the event could have been sold out three times over according to the organisers. Even after a few weeks has passed, the pictures from Indonesia still defy description and the death toll continues to rise. If you can give any amount of money at all then please help those whose need is great.

Back to more local events, there's not much to choose from; all we have for today is:

In South Somerset and West Dorset
Nothing Yet @ Labour Club, Yeovil
The Rothko String Trio with James Lisney (piano) (2.30pm) @ Dillington House, Ilminster

And in the Taunton and Bridgwater area
Live Music @ Old Market, Bridgwater

On Monday we have nothing listed for the South Somerset and West Dorset areas, whilst around Taunton and Bridgwater it's just Open Mic Night @ The Westgate in Taunton.

The Editor

Saturday, January 22, 2005

Saturday Night

Hi Folks

Here's a quick look at what's on today.

Live music in South Somerset & West Dorset
Live Music TBA @ Half Moon, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Sneakers @ Labour Club
Live Music TBA @ Woods Wine Bar
Tom Toomey @ Volunteer, Honiton
High Impact @ Lord Nelson, Norton-s-Hamdon
Andy Hague's Silverado Sextet plays the music of Horace Silver @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Janette McFarland @ Old Barn Club
Serialize @ Swan Inn, Sherborne

Live music in Taunton and Bridgwater areas
Morph @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Stingrays @ Westgate Inn, Taunton
Hearnshaw Quartet @ Bridgwater Arts Centre
Real Deal @ Old Market, Bridgwater
House Of Kane @ Beam Bridge Hotel, near Wellington
Steve Summers @ Princess Royal, Taunton
Roger Colome @ Green Dragon, Wellington

Some advance notice of a gig for next weekend when Doors tribute band 'The Doors Alive' are playing 'Rockers Live' in Taunton on Saturday 29th January.

For more information go to their web site

The Editor

Friday, January 21, 2005

Friday happenings

Look out!
It seems highly likely that we will all soon be paying more for our drinks on a night out. The combination of higher licence fees from the council and now the prospect of Landlords paying for extra policing can surely only mean pricier drinks.

The move to 24 hour licensing is soon to be with us and it will be interesting to see if this results in less binge drinking (as the Government thinks), or people getting plastered 24 hours a day.

On with the music!

Live music in South Somerset & West Dorset
Live Music TBA @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Diamond Dogz @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard

Those 70s misfits Diamond Dogz!

Bird Dog @ Mermaid Inn, Sherborne
Martha's Vineyard @ Fleur de Lis, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Mojo @ Red Lion, Beaminster
Pulse @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Hank Wangford & Reg Meuross @ Tatworth Memorial Hall, Nr Chard
Sonic Boom Six, Robolint, Weapons of Brass Destruction, Encyclopedia, Skatanic @ Flicks Bar, Yeovil

Live music in Taunton & Bridgwater areas
Fat Marrow Blues Band @ Westgate Inn, Taunton
J.C. King @ Beam Bridge Hotel, near Wellington
Flagon @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
The Gathering @ Bridgwater Arts Centre
High Impact @ Crown & Sceptre, Taunton

Dynamic duo High Impact

Snappa @ Cross Rifles, Bridgwater

Don't spend the whole pay cheque at once!

The Editor

Thursday, January 20, 2005

X-Teller 2nd album launch party

Already February is fast approching and with it brings the X-Teller Album Launch Party to celebrate the completion of their follow up to 'Between These Lives'. Those of you who visit the X-Teller site regularly will have already seen a preview of the album artwork for 'Run On The Rooftops', happily the rest of the artwork is now complete and they await the CD master ready for production.

The album's launch party will be held on Tuesday 22nd Feb at the Quicksilver Mail, Yeovil. Doors open from 6:30pm and the party kicks off at 7:30pm with the Wizard Strobe show taking us up to 9pm. X-Teller will then take the stage to perform tracks from the album, a few new songs and some favourites for good measure. After that the party will continue till late with Wizard. Entry will be free all night to everyone and there will be advanced copies of the album available to buy on the night.

In the meantime, they will playing at Stars Lane in Yeovil on Friday 28th instead of the 27th by request of the venue and they are playing tonight at The Porter Cellar Bar in Bath.

The Editor

Late posting for Thursday

Blimey, we have been busy today putting together the colour section of the February edition of the magazine hence the rather late posting!

Live music tonight in South Somerset & West Dorset
Jinder @ Angel Inn, Poole
Los Pacaminos @ Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis

Cellorhythmics @ David Hall Arts Centre, S.Petherton
Mojo @ Stars Lane Café Bar
X-Teller @ Porter Cellar Bar, Bath
Flatland Boogie Band @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard

Live music in Taunton & Bridgwater areas
Peter Pan @ Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton(-29th)
Apple County Chorus meet ~ Tacchi-Morris, Taunton
Live Blues/Jazz ~ Quantock Gateway, Bridgwater

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

More music for Wednesday!

We missed one live music event happening tonight!

If you are one of the many Abba fans out there, then get yourself to Chicago Rock Cafe in Yeovil tonight and enjoy the sounds of tribute band, Abba Rival.

Go on, you know you want to!

The Editor

Wonky Wednesday

We found this information on Yahoo, it's sure to make you feel better about today.

According to research Psychologist Dr Cliff Arnalls, the most miserable day of the most depressing month of the year is just a week away.

He has come up with a formula pinpointing Monday, January 24 as the gloomiest day of all. The Cardiff University expert weighed up the influence of a number of January-specific phenomena that ruin our mood. He blamed miserable weather, mounting debt, the length of time since Christmas and failed New Year's resolutions for the depressing day.

The factors are compounded by a lack of motivation in the face of a need to take action. For those wishing to examine their woe further, the formula is [W+(D-d)]xTQ MxNA. It translates as weather (W), debt (D) (minus the amount of money to be paid on your next pay day) and the time (T) since Christmas.Then there is the period since the failure to quit (Q) a bad habit along with general motivational (M) levels and the need to take action (NA) to plan something to look forward to.

Sounds great doesn't it? Just so you are ready there is no live music that night apart from an open mike night at the Westgate in Taunton; perhaps he's right!

What's happening today?`

Live music in South Somerset & West Dorset
James Shipway Quartet @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil

Live music in the Taunton and Bridgwater area
Hoppy Horton etc @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Modern Jive @ British Legion Club, Taunton

Have a fun day!

The Editor

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Tsunami Disaster Benefit folk night

A charity gig night is being held at Somerset College of Art & Technology (SCAT) in Wellington Road, Taunton, entrance adjacent to main entrance. The charity event happens on Wednesday 19th January and runs from 7.30 - 11pm.

Local guitar man, Tom Toomey will be playing at 10.30 in this event.

Get yourself there and help raise money for those who literally have nothing.

The Editor

Dress as a Chav night!

Those funsters at Advance promotions have finalized the line ups for their next gigs. On the 28th of January you also have the opportunity to dress as that modern social phenomenom, the Chav. Prizes available on the night!

Tickets are on sale at Acorn Music now; priced at exactly £5 (no booking charge anymore).
Its highly likely these shows will sell out before 9pm on the night; as the last 6 or so shows have.
So try and get your tickets in advance or get there early or email to reserve yours.

Jan 21st @ Flicks Bar (Yeovil)
Tickets £5 - Door £6 tickets on sale now @ Acorn Records
Doors 7.00pm

Jan 28th @ Flicks Bar (Yeovil) Joint Headline - Dress As Chav Night!!!

everyone ... and that means you..
1st Prize £50
Most Convincing Chav (No Real Chavs Can Win)

2nd Prize £15
(2nd Most Convincing)

3rd Prize Stamping Ground Ticket
(3rd most convicing)

The bands are:
The Editor

Monday, January 17, 2005

Happy Monday?

Can you believe it? We have not one live musical event listed for tonight in South Somerset or West Dorset! Your only hope of musical salvation tonight will come by attending:

Open Mic Night @ Westgate Inn, Taunton

Tuesday looks very quiet at the moment as well with absolutely nothing happening...what's going on???

The Editor

Swan Theatre, Yeovil

From today, Monday 17th till the 22nd, the Swan Theatre in Yeovil is hosting a performance of Shirley Valentine, the play by Willy Russell.

The Plot
Shirley Bradshaw is a rather ordinary middle-aged Liverpool housewife. On the outside this 40 something mother of two spends her time talking to her kitchen wall while she prepares her husband’s chips-and-egg supper. She ruminates on what has happened to her life and sips a glass of wine, dreaming of drinking it in a country where the grape is grown. On the inside she is Shirley Valentine, longing for an opportunity for adventure and a change of life. That opportunity comes along in the form of a two-week holiday in Greece, courtesy of her best friend. Shirley packs her bag and heads for the sun. Without breathing a word to her husband, she leaves a note on the kitchen table – "Gone to Greece. Back in two weeks". And so begins Shirley’s journey. Experiencing a totally different lifestyle as she encounters the problems of a being a woman on her own - or, rather, the problems others have encountering a woman alone – her social and sexual identities unravel as we begin to see Shirley Valentine emerge.

Tickets priced at £6.50 for adults, £5.50 for OAP/Students
For bookings of 10 or more, there will be a 10% discount or one complimentary ticket.
Tickets on sale at South Somerset Tourist Information Centre, Yeovil (01935 462991). Credit Card bookings accepted.

The Editor

Saturday, January 15, 2005

Off topic: Recent reading

In our recent travels from here to there and back again, we allowed ourselves to splurge some hard won dosh in the airport bookshop. The book below is one of those we ended up with; THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS by Jon Ronson.

This book purports to tell the (true) story of how some high placed people in the USA military came to believe in some very odd things (staring at goats with a view to killing them is just one example). What is even stranger is that many of these odd beliefs have been acted upon recently; for example in the treatment of prisoners in Iraq.

The book is a great read and if even half of it is true then the US government is far wierder than you would ever guess. It seriously makes us wonder what happens here in the UK.

It talks about American Generals attempting (and failing) to walk through walls, levitate and burst the heart of animals from a distance. Very, very strange!

Check it out at your bookshop; the ISBN is 0-33043526-4 and it should cost you £10.99. All you conspiracy theorists will love it!

The Editor

Saturday and it's bye bye Busted

Boy band fans everywhere will be distraught that Busted are just that...busted. The guitar pop trio are no more. The break up seems to come about because Charlie Simpson wanted to work more with his new band Fightstar.

Closer to home, this weekend there is plenty of live music for you to enjoy, just check out the listings below.

We want to know!
Those of you in a band or who put on events, can send us details or your gigs and we will post them on this web site, as well as putting them into the next print edition of Suited and Booted.

The deadline for the print edition is almost here so if you want to put your free gig list in or book an advertisment then call (01935 477596) or email ( us today!

Live music in South Somerset and West Dorset (ish)

Live Music TBA @ Half Moon, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Jinder @ Lulworth Cove Hotel
Bedrock @ Swan Inn, Sherborne
X-Teller @ Royal Oak, Ilminster
Design @ Labour Club, Yeovil
Never Loved Elvis @ Old Barn Club, Yeovil
Live Music TBA @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Tom Toomey @ The Castle, Axminster
Live Music TBA @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne

Live music in Taunton and Bridgwater areas

Morph @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Stingrays @ Westgate Inn, Taunton
Hearnshaw Quartet @ Bridgwater Arts Centre

Charlie Hearnshaw

Real Deal @ Old Market, Bridgwater
House Of Kane @ Beam Bridge Hotel, near Wellington
Steve Summers @ Princess Royal, Taunton
Roger Colome @ Green Dragon, Wellington

Whatever you do today, have fun!

The Editor

Friday, January 14, 2005

Friday night, just got paid...

Friday night is here again! Many of you will be wandering around the nightspots wondering where to spend your hard earned dosh. Wonder no more, because here we tell you about what's hapeening today.

Live music in South Somerset & West Dorset area

Zydeco Band @ Green Dragon, Combe St Nicholas
Mid Life Crisis @ Fleur de Lis, Stoke-s-Hamdon
Live Music TBA @ Mermaid Inn, Sherborne
Breeze @ Red Lion, Beaminster
Revolver @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Live Music TBA @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Midasuno, Soulcry, Sonic Nutmeg, Forgotten Enemy, Beatbox & MCs @ Flicks Bar, Yeovil

Sonic Nutmeg giving it their all

Live events in Taunton and Bridgwater areas

Fat Marrow Blues Band @ Westgate Inn, Taunton
J.C. King @ Beam Bridge Hotel, Sampford Arundel near Wellington
Flagon @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
The Gathering @ Bridgwater Arts Centre
High Impact @ Crown & Sceptre, Taunton
Snappa @ Cross Rifles, Bridgwater

Have a fantastic Friday!
The Editor

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Back to the blogging!

Well we are back from our various travels and so you can expect more regular updates here on the blog site.

Have you seen the picture of Prince Harry in the Nazi uniform? Have you heard the commotion it has caused? We all know (well most of us know), that the Nazis ran an evil regime but surely the point of a fancy dress costume is not to glorify the figure, but make fun of it. If you go to a fancy dress party as Hitler, Saddam Hussein or even Tony Blair it is to poke fun at people who have been defeated in some way. (Of course the verdict may still be open on Mr Blair.)

Yes it was a stupid thing to do, but surely all those people saying it was an evil should apply themselves to erradicating the real evil in the world; there is plenty of that to work on. Or perhaps that's just too much like hard work...

Live Music
Things are begining to pick up now that the New Year is well out of the way. The number of venues playing host to live music is increasing so it's easier to get out there and find some that you can enjoy.

What's Happening on Thursday night?

South Somerset and West Dorset Area

Crazy 88 @ Stars Lane Café Bar, Yeovil

Crazy88 when they played at the Forresters Arms, 2004

Breeze @ Phoenix Hotel, Chard

Taunton and Bridgwater Area

Peter Pan ~ Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton (Until the 29th)
Apple County Chorus meet ~ Tacchi-Morris Centre, Taunton
Live Blues/Jazz ~ Quantock Gateway, Bridgwater

Have fun!
The Editor

Monday, January 10, 2005

Band practice space needed in Yeovil

We received the following plea from Richard Oborne, the drummer in a young new band. As you can read below, they desperately need to find some practice space. If you can help then please send an email to and help a new band get started.

I am in a 4 piece rock band that has loads of ideas, but nowhere to practice!

We are all 15 and 16 and all students at either Bucklersmead Comunity school or Yeovil college but we have had no success in finding somewhere to practice in Yeovil for free, as you can imagine money is tight and what money we have is spent on equipment.
We are a serious band and have plenty of experiance from previous bands. Also, we have all taken music in some form, from a subject to out of school lessons.

If you could suggest somewhere in Yeovil that would be free, wouldnt mind some noise, and be available Saturdays, preferably between 11 and 7, we would be sooo greatful!

Thank you for taking our time reading this letter.

Rich - Band drummer, 15

Please send us an email if you think you can help.

The Editor

Events for Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday

Travel away from the Suited and Booted office means that we will be unable to update the blog site as often as we would like this week.

To keep you up to date, here are the event details for Monday through Wednesday. Things are pretty quite at the moment, most venues seem to be in a post Christmas and New Year recovery mode.

Monday 10th January

Yeovil, South Somerset & West Dorset area
We have no live music listed for today!

Taunton and Bridgwater
Open Mic Night @ Westgate Inn, Taunton

Tuesday 11th January

Yeovil, South Somerset & West Dorset area
We have no live music listed for today! (again)

Taunton and Bridgwater
We have no live music listed for today! (again)

Wednesday 12th January

Yeovil, South Somerset & West Dorset area
Azhar Safar Quartet @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil

Taunton and Bridgwater
Modern Jive @ Royal British Legion Club, Taunton

The Editor

Sunday, January 09, 2005

We're back

We are back! Rather jet lagged and tired but as soon as we get our heads together you can expect to see regular updates on this site again.

The Editor