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THE JAZZ BUTCHER + Tim Keegan

Thursday 1st March 2018
Show: 7:30 PM Doors: 7:30 PM

100 Club | 100 Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LL, United Kingdom

AGMP presents

THE JAZZ BUTCHER

+ special guest support: TIM KEEGAN

The Jazz Butcher are releasing a 4CD box set 'The Wasted Years' compiling their first four albums - ‘Bath Of Bacon’, ‘A Scandal In Bohemia’, ‘Sex And Travel’ and ‘Distressed Gentlefolk’ - which originally came out on Glass Records between 1983-1986.

Formed in 1982 by songwriter/vocalist Pat Fish, The Jazz Butcher released their debut single "Southern Mark Smith" in 1983 followed by a frantic version of Jonathan Richman's "Roadrunner" the following year. The Glass Records catalogue is being re-released by Fire Records to co-incide with this concert. In 1988 the band signed to Alan McGee's Creation Records releasing an album a year with them until 1995.

Tonight is a rare chance to catch this English Cult Phenomenon in concert.

Tim Keegan is an internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter, who has spent a quarter of a century wandering the scenic back roads of the western world’s underground pop scene. Tim is perhaps best known as frontman of the acclaimed 4‐piece, Departure Lounge, folktronic pioneers and darlings of the fledgling Bella Union label in the early 2000's. Tim Keegan has been a regular accompanist of Robyn Hitchcock (appearing on several albums and in Jonathan Demme's 'Storefront Hitchcock' film) and has worked with numerous others over the past 20-­‐odd years including Kid Loco, Josh Rouse, Tahiti 80, Saint Etienne and The Blue Aeroplanes.

THE JAZZ BUTCHER + Tim Keegan, Thursday 1st March 2018

AGMP presents

THE JAZZ BUTCHER

+ special guest support: TIM KEEGAN

The Jazz Butcher are releasing a 4CD box set 'The Wasted Years' compiling their first four albums - ‘Bath Of Bacon’, ‘A Scandal In Bohemia’, ‘Sex And Travel’ and ‘Distressed Gentlefolk’ - which originally came out on Glass Records between 1983-1986.

Formed in 1982 by songwriter/vocalist Pat Fish, The Jazz Butcher released their debut single "Southern Mark Smith" in 1983 followed by a frantic version of Jonathan Richman's "Roadrunner" the following year. The Glass Records catalogue is being re-released by Fire Records to co-incide with this concert. In 1988 the band signed to Alan McGee's Creation Records releasing an album a year with them until 1995.

Tonight is a rare chance to catch this English Cult Phenomenon in concert.

Tim Keegan is an internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter, who has spent a quarter of a century wandering the scenic back roads of the western world’s underground pop scene. Tim is perhaps best known as frontman of the acclaimed 4‐piece, Departure Lounge, folktronic pioneers and darlings of the fledgling Bella Union label in the early 2000's. Tim Keegan has been a regular accompanist of Robyn Hitchcock (appearing on several albums and in Jonathan Demme's 'Storefront Hitchcock' film) and has worked with numerous others over the past 20-­‐odd years including Kid Loco, Josh Rouse, Tahiti 80, Saint Etienne and The Blue Aeroplanes.

100 Club | 100 Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LL, United Kingdom

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