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The Lagan Live at The Pally!

Start
May 11, 2019 8:30 pm
End
May 11, 2019 12:00 am
Address
Lower Gunstone Bideford EX39 2DE   View map
Phone:
01237 478860

£10.00

Irish Folk / Punk / Rock / Ska

YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/9ubhRXBxsa8

Support: TBA

Tickets: £8.00 Adv – £10.00 Door!

The Lagan Bio:

After forming initially in 2008 as a “[mal]function” band that would go and play drunken folk songs at parties in exchange for some booze, The Lagan became something of an urban myth: a potentially great band that was only held back by the fact that they didn’t rehearse, and didn’t have any songs, and didn’t play any shows. But following a drunken trip to the USA in 2009 (see “Sunny Day In Southie” on our debut album for a detailed account of that particular trip) where they saw London’s own Biblecode Sundays perform in a Boston bar, it became clear what had to be done. And so, friends who could play instruments were dragged out of the local boozer in Kingston-Upon-Thames and assembled to form a mighty racket and overall, to have fun.

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Irish Folk / Punk / Rock / Ska

YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/9ubhRXBxsa8

Support: TBA

Tickets: £8.00 Adv – £10.00 Door!

The Lagan Bio:

After forming initially in 2008 as a “[mal]function” band that would go and play drunken folk songs at parties in exchange for some booze, The Lagan became something of an urban myth: a potentially great band that was only held back by the fact that they didn’t rehearse, and didn’t have any songs, and didn’t play any shows. But following a drunken trip to the USA in 2009 (see “Sunny Day In Southie” on our debut album for a detailed account of that particular trip) where they saw London’s own Biblecode Sundays perform in a Boston bar, it became clear what had to be done. And so, friends who could play instruments were dragged out of the local boozer in Kingston-Upon-Thames and assembled to form a mighty racket and overall, to have fun.