'This Feeling' carnival arrives
Gary Fitzpatrick • Published 29 Mar 2012 09:30
LONDON'S No.1 rock 'n' roll club night 'THIS FEELING', popular with celebs like Noel Gallagher and described as a mad '60s carnival is hitting the road and comes to Dunfermline tomorrow (Friday).
There's a fantastic line-up at PJ Molloys featuring hotly-tipped Mancs, the JANICE GRAHAM BAND (right) - with their individualistic mix of reggae, hip-hop and soul - local favourites VAL VERDE and others.
See this week's Press for a full preview of what promises to be a great night including a hard-hitting interview with JGB singer JOE JONES who told us, "When we started we had no massive ambitions of being rich, famous or anything like that.
"We just wanted to play music. We knew we all loved music. We just wanted to play and do something a bit different. We were talking like 'Imagine if we got a gig'.
"We didn't know what it was like to be in a band so we just got on with it and everything started spiralling out of control. I think it was because we were playing music people hadn't heard before especially in this day and age so they liked it."
VAL VERDE have been telling us about finishing recording their debut album and we've been speaking to TWIN ATLANTIC in the States ahead of their Dunfermline gig.
Also this week: behind the scenes with Still Game's Greg Hemphill and the National Theatre of Scotland at the Alhambra.
Coming up on the Press Facebook page: Win tickets to TWIN ATLANTIC.
This article appeared in Dunfermline Press 29 Mar 12