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I don’t think I’ve ever been to see a tribute band before and I’m not really sure what my expectations were going into this, but a mate counted himself out last month as he didn’t fancy karaoke. I never expected anything as bad as that but there was a soundcheck of sorts while we were queuing and, through a couple of walls, the band sounded pretty ropey. The venue is pretty small, about 100-110 seated, but it was full with a few more standing at the back. Maybe my memory is playing tricks on me, and exaggerating how small the crowd was, but I’m sure there was more here than at the Penzance gig in 2005. The guy behind it all, and continuity announcer, was Alexis Dubus.

They’d contacted Geoff about doing the show, got no reply so took that as approval. A simple set up, Alexis did some chat and intros, someone got up and stumbled their way through a song, usually getting half the words wrong. If all that makes it sound shit, that couldn’t be further from the truth. It certainly wasn’t a Biscuits gig but it was a great way to spend an hour, a really good laugh and refreshing to see see and hear so many folk get up on stage praising the band. I think most of the folk there knew them and the songs, most of the rest will be searching them out.

A few folk had pulled out, I’ve forgotten who, but no complaints as they were mostly replaced by Attila The Stockbroker who’d read about it in the programme and made sure he got involved. A random from the crowd volunteered for JDOG. Lots of good stuff but the highlight was Lloyd Langford, possibly on his birthday, being called up from the crowd and being given the words to Breaking News. What a fabulous job he did too. The Commodores lines completely baffled him so he did it once, twice, three times, singing the last two. He still didn’t get it.