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9:50am Wednesday 25th April 2012
The Lamb was packed out last Saturday for an acoustic show, with people occupying the room from the performance area to out the door. What was all the fuss about? Sheer Music brought the best performers from around the Wiltshire area as well as political singer songwriter Chris T-T.
9:26am Tuesday 17th April 2012
On Saturday when headliner Alex Sears, front man of Decade, pulled out of Sheer Music’s acoustic gig at The Lamb due to flu, local acts where happy to fill the slot at the gig along with a re-arrangement of the line-up.
9:42am Wednesday 7th March 2012
Following in the footsteps of A Fate Untold and Underline The Sky, Bristol-based Polished Punk band Run From Robots come to Devizes off the back of a successful Scuzz TV video campaign, in the shape of their debut single, On Top Of The World”, which has been receiving plays since Chrismas. Warming up for an eight-date UK tour, the band are treaking up and down the country with Hey Alaska, promoting their debut album Rust” due for release through Glasstone Records this spring. You can pick up the single for free, by signing up to their mailing list at http://www.runfromrobots.co.uk Main billed support comes from another Bristol act, though their members are all ex-Wiltshire, Smile, Look Alive turn up for their fourth Devizes appearance. With a new EP slated for imminent release, the pop punkers have been showing up on all manner of amazing bills recently, notably proping up Decade on selected UK tour dates. Expect a lot of baying girls, desperate for a floppy fringe fix.
9:03am Wednesday 7th March 2012
10:28am Friday 2nd March 2012
BRISTOL’S Oxygen Thief, aka Barry Dolan, brings his co-headline tour with Scotland's Mark McCabe through Devizes this week, when they play a free entry show at The Lamb, the first gig in the pub since the fire in January.
10:00am Thursday 15th September 2011
The Doubtful Guest had the biggest crowd The Lamb has seen since Frank Turner last Saturday night, as Sheer Music put on their first show since a small makeover in the function room at The Lamb in St Johns St.
3:40pm Thursday 5th May 2011
4:52pm Wednesday 4th May 2011
3:47pm Thursday 24th March 2011
Your Say Your Gazette
I refer to the article on Chippenham RFC seeking permission from the Rugby Football Union to allow their second team to be promoted to Southern Counties (level seven of the RFU league structure) should they finish top of Dorset & Wilts 1 North (level eight), (Gazette & Herald, February 28). The most interesting aspect of the article was actually what was not said by the club’s representative or was not mentioned. − Colin Brockhurst, CorshamSet up reserve league »
A newsletter hit my doormat on March 2 from ‘Nick Watts and the Lib Dem team’ headlined: Freeze Wilts council tax say Lib Dems. This document goes on to tell us that: “hard-working families cannot afford unnecessary council tax hikes in these difficult times” and so “Nick Watts and the Liberal Democrats have promised not to support any attempt by Wiltshire Conservatives to hit families by increasing council tax this year”. − Peter Kemp, ChippenhamDon't believe claims »
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