BB Blackdog- Having Fun With Good Queen Vic - Then Sonically Asailing The South Sea

                     Picture taken at The Patriot weekender in Crumlin- courtesy of Sue Sharland

   For the eagle eyed, you may notice that it was not John executing low bass duties at the show and whilst no firm arrangements are made regarding this being a full time replacement, one thing is certain.
John will be taking his bow with the band on Friday. I know i speak for everyone who knows the band in saying a big thanks to Mr. Ferguson for bringing his own style and personality to the band and wish him well for the future. As for BB Blackdog's third member whoever takes the role i am sure it will be a case of "meet the new boss same as the old boss"

   Two shows this weekend and if John's farewell performance wasn't making Friday's gig a bit special, proceedings will be livened up by the presence of Hell On High Heelz, augmenting Demolitia Tribal in the dance department. This duo are well known for their incendiary  routines,
so a positive visual and audio barrage is in store, also support from Valverider and Breek. The venue is the Vic Bikers Pub in Coalville Leicestershire, The Vic does go to some length to say that non bikers are more than welcome. The pub is tourist signposted from the ring road and the town is fairly well served by buses from Leicester, Loughborough and Burton, overnight camping is available through

   Saturday night the band are treading the boards, with Mike Bower taking John's role  at The South Sea Live in Sheffield's Broomhill
on Spooner Road, just off Fulwood Road. The 120 bus from town passes close.

   On Sunday Demolitia and the guys will be hanging out socially in Belper at the Derbyshire Steampunk and Time Travelers Guild gathering, so anyone wishing to check out the band or steampunks generally, meeting at the town's River Gardens from miday.


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