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Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 8th Apr 10, 09:23
by Nickinvincible
Trudi wrote:
Sarc wrote:Borderline anyone? Cro-bar beforehand\?


It would be rude not to...


Sounds good! :D

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 9th Apr 10, 18:28
by vickyp
Chris Catalyst AND The Scaramanga Six supporting tonight in Huddersfield.
Northern win!! ;P

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 10th Apr 10, 21:20
by Damian
Chris is now supporting on the entire remainder of the tour except, amusingly, for Leeds tonight.

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 11th Apr 10, 14:26
by vickyp
I don't think he's going to Helinski with them, think it's just Monday - Thurs next week which includes Colchester, London, Guilford & Plymouth.
I don't think he'll be doing Peterborough tonight either as Eureka Machines have their own gig in Harrogate. Dunno about the 2nd leg of UK dates - the way this tour's going anything could happen!

I would recommend getting down early to catch Chris' set, Huddersfield was dead good (with added heckling from the Scaramanga Six).

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 13th Apr 10, 10:00
by Damian
Indeed. Sorry and The Sinatras wrote on their Facebook page that Chris was doing the whole tour, whereas Chris said it was just Monday-Thursday. A bit of detective hat later, and the latter is true.

I'm going to the Worcester gig. Looking forward to that!

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 13th Apr 10, 19:12
by vickyp
Just a note about timings - at Huddersfield Chris was on first about 12 mins (give or take!) after the doors opened, so don't be late to these shows if you don't want to miss out.

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 13th Apr 10, 21:21
by floyd
Colchester last night was great, not a huge turn out, but scott and the band were on top form. Chris Catalyst was the 3rd on, he did a great cover of The beach boy's 'God only knows', and A-ha's 'take on me' :wtf:. Have to say Scott is a top man, managed to have a good 40 min chat with him after,and despite my very drunken state, he seemed happy enough to take the time. :bow:

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 14th Apr 10, 11:49
by iddsy
gotta agree with floyd,was a great gig and scott and the lads are really nice guys who put up with a couple of pissheads after the show :bow:

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 14th Apr 10, 16:26
by SteveP
vickyp wrote:Just a note about timings - at Huddersfield Chris was on first about 12 mins (give or take!) after the doors opened, so don't be late to these shows if you don't want to miss out.


As opposed to the Edinburgh gig where Billy Liar took the stage at about 8:20, The Begrudgers at 9:00, Fake Exterior at 9:50 and S&TS (finally) at 11:00

Anywhere else on the tour where it's been sooo late?
God job it was just a short bus ride back to the other half's place that night, as opposed to the half 10 train we got out of Glasgow back to Edinburgh the previous night.

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 15th Apr 10, 16:52
by Mcnico
Does anyone have any info on Scott and the boys travel plans for Finland?

Are they coming by plane or boat etc.

With the flight chaos will they even arrive for tomorrows Helsinki gig?

I hope they make it!

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 16th Apr 10, 14:54
by Damian
It's not looking likely. Check their Facebook page (which I can't do at work) as I'd imagine they'll have updated that.

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 16th Apr 10, 15:04
by blackdeathcrew
Yep, according to the FB page, the dates in Finland are postponed

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 19th Apr 10, 09:28
by percy
Hey guys

Just to confirm, Chris Catalyst will be opening up both the Worcester and Birmingham shows. We sorted it over the weekend. 8-)

So, if you're coming, make sure you get down early!!

P

Re: Sorry & The Sinatras Dates

PostPosted: 26th May 10, 11:58
by Radish
Apparently Guilfest is going to be Sorry -

Confirmed for the Rock Sound Cave on Friday are Sorry And The Sinatras, Pint Shot Riot, Stars of The Search Party, The Retox, and Karn8. Performing on Saturday in the Cave are The Xcerts, GU Medicine, Prince Charming, Kenelis, Now Is Everyone, and The Theory of 6 Degrees; while on Sunday 18th July, the new confirmations are Subsource, The Dirty Chimes, Play Dead Sister, and Nylon Sky.

Taken from efestivals - http://www.efestivals.co.uk/news/10/100526c.shtml.