Our 6th Trip to GB coming soon!
There’s a Facebook event if you’re into that kind of thing!
Hey Stuz in Zürich was a nice gig. Thanks to the folks that came out. We had a blast. Here’s a beautifully flawed version of Man in the Jar for you eyes and ears.
And now we’re sorting our heads out for the British Tourette!
Thanks to everyone who came along to Club Hey, and to Dividing Line for supporting us with their wonderful Gothic Rock.
Some videos from the hand of Kat Kunz coming up soon.
Star photographer Olaf Köhn was there too and kindly took some shots:
Next! May 20 in Stuz.
We’re coming to Scotland & Wales next Summer to play some dates. A British Tour if you like.
Wed 18.Aug.2010 – Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh Art College, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh.
Thur 19.Aug.2010 – Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh Art College, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh.
Fri 20.Aug.2010 – Craigiebield House Hotel, Penecuik.
Sat 21.Aug.2010 – Park Hotel, Colwyn Bay, Wales
Sun 22.Aug.2010 (5pm sharp!!) – Scotia Bar, 112 Stockwell Street, Glasgow.
Hope you can make it along!
Well, we were there on the Bundesplatz and frankly it was damn cold. Thanks to the folks that endured the rain, hail and snow to the make it all the way to the end of the set, you are made of stronger stuff. Here’s a few cinematographical impressions. There are some more on our youtube channel.
The sound is pretty dodgy on these as I left my recorder too close to Not Chris’ Bass Weaponry but you get the idea…
We’ll be playing on the Bundesplatz in Bern infront of the Swiss Parliament building as part of a large benefit gig. It starts around 3pm with some cool Swiss acts – Water Lily, guys from Stiller Has, Wurzel 5 and The Telaphones. We’ll be presenting the Alex Harvey delegation at 6pm sharp, just before tea. Come along and you might save the planet.
Thanks to all the folks braved the ravages of Zürich’s red light district to see Not The Sensational Alex Harvey Band play the inimitable World Bar, we really had a lot of fun and it was a pleasure to play for you all. Mark (http://www.markstravelnotes.com/) kindly took a few photos, so here are some of those:
We are learning some new songs to expand our set up to more than 20 SAHB numbers now. The Last of the Teenage Idols is probably the most challenging of the three we’ve picked. Aside from that we have a cheeky version of Seargent Fury and a rather trippy Hammer Song on the boil.