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Top Gigs This Week! 17th-23rd Oktober

Top Gigs This Week! 17th-23rd Oktober
Elin Arnar

Tuesday – Bars and Melody @Komedia

Since the release of Hopeful Charlie and Leondre haven’t had time to stop for a moment. They have played numerous sold out gigs in the UK, flown to America to appear on the Ellen show and even spent two weeks in Australia as ambassadors for the Princess Diana anti bullying trust.
During 2015 the guys were been busy putting the finishing touches to their debut album 143, which was released on 21 August 2015 worldwide.

Komedia – Gardner Street, North Laine,Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1UN, Website

Wednesday – Robin Trower @ Concorde2

Hailed as one of the finest guitarists in rock history, Robin Trower’s career has spanned more than four decades.After leaving Procol Harum, Trower embarked on his solo career, formed a power trio that transformed him into a celebrated guitar innovator.  His early albums share a tough, explosive guitar style mixed with his trademark “soft psychedelia” that made Robin Trower stand out from the rest of the crowd.Trower released his solo debut, Twice Removed From Yesterday, in 1973. The album barely left a dent in the US charts, but that would change soon enough with his next release 1974’s Bridge of Sighs. The album skyrocketed into the US Top Ten, peaking at number seven selling a million and a half copies. It still sells 15,000 copies yearly worldwide.

7:30pm – 11:00pm, Concorde 2, Madeira Dr,Brighton,East Sussex, BN2 1EN,Tel: 01273 673 311 , Email

Thursday – Pumarosa @ Green Door Store

London five-piece, Pumarosa are a band who assembled from unexpected and varied quarters. Isabel met drummer Nick at a rehearsal for a new band in a rundown Homerton pub and when no one else showed up the pair formed a guitar-and-drums Punk duo and began writing and rehearsing in the basement. After moving to a warehouse in Manor House, they met Henry, Tomoya and Neville and began a period of intensely hot rehearsal in a 10’ x 10’ chipboard room.

19:00, Live Room, Entry £9The Green Door Store 2,3,4 Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Underneath Brighton Station BN1 4FQ, Tel: 07944 693214 

Friday – The Australian Pink Floyd Show @ Brighton Centre

The Australian Pink Floyd Show are back and proud to announce their 2016 ‘THE BEST OF THE BEST’ Tour taking in 22 dates across the UK.

Having sold over 4 million tickets in 35 countries, The Australian Pink Floyd Show is hailed as one of the leading concert performances currently operating and have generated their own legacy and heritage. Forming in 1988 The Australian Pink Floyd Show have constantly been evolving and honing what they do. Their last tour celebrated 40 years since the release of the landmark Pink Floyd album ‘Wish You Were Here’ as well featuring tracks from the iconic ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ and ‘The Division Bell’ albums.

Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2GR, Tel: 1273 292695, Website, Doors open 6:30 PM

Saturday – Glass Animals @ Brighton Dome

The English indie rock band from Oxford released their debut album Zaba in June 2014, produced by Dave Bayley. The album was the first release on producer Paul Epworth’s label Wolf Tone. Zaba brought the band to 7 million listeners on Spotify in 2015. Their songs Gooey,Black Mambo and Toes from Zaba are the most popular on Apple Music. The band visited both hemispheres and played over 130 shows in 2015 alone.

Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UE, Tel: 1273 709709, Website, 7pm

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