After Midnight's Xmas Party

@ Cluny 2

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16 December 2016

8.30pm (doors open 7.30pm)

£10

After Midnight will be holding their Christmas Party on Friday 16 December at Cluny 2.

After Midnight have chosen Cluny 2 because it is one of the best and most intimate small theatre spaces in the north east.  The Cluny has deservedly acquired great reputation for championing live music. 

NB: This will NOT be an Eric Clapton tribute gig although one or two of Slowhand’s songs will be covered, along with music by Free, Dire Straits, The Beatles, Steely Dan and many other rock classics. 

After Midnight performed their first gig in December 1985 at The Cumberland Arms Byker.  Since then there have been many highlights, including support slots with Doctor Feelgood, Steve Marriott & Jethro Tull.  In the past 31 years After Midnight have become one of the best-loved bands on Tyneside.

After Midnight comprises 4 excellent musicians:-  Mike Hall (lead vocals/guitar), Paul Warren (keyboards/ backing vocals), Danny Davison (drums) and Dave Robson (bass guitar /backing vocals). Dave is a former member of chart band Geordie.  In fact he was with them at the time Brian Johnson left to join AC/DC.

The band continues to perform it’s CLASSIC CLAPTON tribute concerts throughout the north east including concerts in Newcastle & Darlington. Fans are advised to book early!

Venue
The Cluny
36 Lime Street
Ouseburn
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 2PQ

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