THURSDAY IS A TRIPLE BILL FOR BUSHYS

Bushys,Marcel Ltd and Triskel Promotions Ltd are very pleased to be supporting the

BIG BEAT FOR HOSPICE 

The Big Beat For Hospice is a unique fundraising event which will see a group of local musicians playing the drums, in unison, over three days with the aim of raising over £60,000 for Hospice Isle of Man.

The Big Beat for Hospice is a charity fundraiser taking place on Friday 31 October and finishing on Sunday 2 November at the Villa Marina Promenade Suite with the drummers playing over three days.665

The Big Beat for Hospice drummers will be demonstrating their talents with a chance to show off yours tonight. On the MANX TELECOM MAIN STAGE just after 6pm several of the organisors will show off their paradiddles and fills but with the added twist of inviting members of the public to come on stage and “have-a-go” either alongside or in a drum duel. The aim of tonights event is to raise awareness of their aims (to raise £60,000 for Hospice Isle of Man) whilst having a bit of fun. Your attendance and generosity would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks to Martin at Bushys tent and Marcel Ltd at the Bay Hotel Port Erin there will be donation buckets throughout the TT fortnight where you can throw your spare change for a cause that affects far too many of us but is such an important and caring service for our loved ones.

Please keep up-to-date with all their latest news via their Facebook page www.facebook.com/thebigbeatforhospice and our Twitter @bigbeatIOM

Tonight’s event is here: BBFH DEMO

You can donate online to this very worthy cause by going to the JustGiving webpage: https://www.justgiving.com/bbfh  All proceeds go to HOSPICE ISLE OF MAN

Following on from this fun demo will be one of the hottest new acts on the Island.

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Please welcome TENDER RAGE who are essentially 2 brothers Callum and Fraser Rowe from Castletown ably backed by Andy Frankland-Davies on drums. An up and coming young Isle of Man band playing classic rock, grunge etc Expect Metallica,A/DC,Nirvana and Green Day but with some kick-ass! These lads are playign everywhere over TT and even busking in Strand Street. They will be playing Port Erin day on Monday 2 June also. On stage from 8-9pm

Headlining the MT STAGE will be another local classic cock-rock covers band:

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(*Please note they may well not be dressed up like members of KISS)

9 BAR GYPSIES are a Rock/Metal Cover Band who play songs from bands like Guns N Roses, Metallica, Kiss etc.
The band have formed a tight nucleus including Little Bitta Rosie frontman Ade Bruce, Dave Atkins-Lead/Rhythm Guitar, Jason Cain-Lead/Rhythm Guitar, Jimmy Lee-Bass Guitar, Mark Cain-Drums.The band hit the stage at 10pm until Midnight.


Pleased to introduce the entertainment for BUSHYS in Port Erin.

Tonight on the ABSOLUTE BEACH STAGE outside the Bay Hotel Port Erin we feature:

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The first of the Southern acts , local covers band CAUTION RUNNERS.

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Caution Runners have been a staple of the Manx pub scene for the last 5 years. During that time they’ve honed their set list, with an emphasis on energetic lively anthemic songs, designed to make people have a good time and get loose. All bases are covered with their song selections from T-Rex to Kasabian, also tackling Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon, Blur, Oasis and The Strokes among many others. Caution Runners are Ben Sowrey, James Brew, Ben Watterson and Dario Leonetti.

The band take the stage at 8pm with our strict curfew of 10.30pm keeping our neighbours sweet.

 

 

WEDNESDAY NIGHT IS INDIE NIGHT AT BUSHYS!

MANX TELECOM sponsored stage at Bushys tent tonight Wednesday features 2 great Indie bands,YOUR GOLD TEETH from the Island and friends of theirs from the UK THE BLACK TAMBOURINES.Expect a heady mix of alt-rock and dare they say it ….slacker-pop. Whatever,you will be pleasantly surprised how great these two outfits are.

YOUR GOLD TEETH 7-9PM

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THE BLACK TAMBOURINES 10-MIDNIGHT

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TONIGHT ON THE MANX TELECOM STAGE DOUGLAS-NICK BARLOW’S BAD NOISE!

Nick Barlow has been literally cutting his teeth over the last few years on the local music scene. A tree surgeon by trade, he also happens to be pretty handy with the other type of axe, the electric guitar! The band have played infamous sessions in local pubs and most notably supported Davy Knowles at the Gaiety in December. Now beefed up with keyboards and additional guitar from Stu Dunn and Mark Lawrence, the band gel incredibly tightly with the powerhouse rhythm section of Dave Reekie on bass and John Cleator behind the kit.

Expect a few classic Zep numbers but a whole raft of original songs that stand tall next to the classics. The band will be on stage at 10pm.

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