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    Posted: February 13 2008 at 19:52
I just thought I'd post the following gig dates here for the band Panic Room, who have formed from the remnants of Karnataka (but no Rachel Jones).  Lydney Town Hall is a great little venue, so if you like Karnataka and want to see a similar band play in a good little venue, then this may appeal to you.

The e-mail I received, I am sure Stephen won't mind me giving out some free advertising. Clap

Hi All
 
Just a quick midweek note to let you all know about Panic Room dates in April!
 
 
Panic Room are the new band formed by two thirds of Karnataka after the bands split in 2004.  It features Anne Marie Helder - lead vocals, Jonathan Edwards - keyboards, Paul Davies - guitar and Gavin John Griffiths - drums, with Alan Vaughn on bass.  The band's superb debut album Visionary Position is well worth the wait and is released in a few weeks. It will, of course, be on sale from Sonicbond!
 
The band say: "We'll be playing songs from Visionary Position, some as yet unrecorded new songs, some nods to our past and some surprises that we think you'll love."
 
The first date is at Lydney Town Hall, Gloucestershire on April 11th, and support is from the superb Mermaid Kiss whose album Etarlis has been a real favourite with Sonicbond customers. Tickets can be bought online from Sonicbond here, price £12 plus a £1 booking fee.  Please bear in mind that sonicbond discount codes cannot be used on this item.
 
The other dates are:
 
April 12th. Herringthorpe Leisure Centre for the CRS with support The Dreaming Tree.
April 13th.  The Point Cardiff Bay with support Mermaid Kiss
April 17th.  Club Riga, Southend.
April 19th.  The Peel, Kingston - double headliner with Jump
 
 
Best wishes - and see you on the tour!
 
Stephen




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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 26 2008 at 21:44
That looks interesting. What caught my attention was where you mentioned Mermaid Kiss. They sent me a friend request yesterday, and I accepted it. Now, I can say I'm friends with the band.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 27 2008 at 06:35
^^it's still a long way to travel from Fort Wayne, though....LOL
 
I MAY be able to get to the Lydney gig....are there any other PA members thinking of attending??
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 27 2008 at 06:39
I would... if it was different bands. LOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 27 2008 at 08:11
Originally posted by James

I would... if it was different bands. LOL
 
fair weather prog fan, you turned out to be....Wink
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 27 2008 at 08:21
Well, I may still be tempted yet... I prefer neo-prog when it's live (not that I've seen much live neo-prog) and there is a female singer, so I could be swayed...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 06 2008 at 05:04
Is anyone else going along to this??
 
I might be persuaded...Smile
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