Sunday, July 11, 2010

Recent gigs

Over the last weeks the band has played at three new venues for the first time. On the 1st July we played at the Propaganda in Fleet. The Propaganda is a large lounge bar/diner which has live music on Thursdays. A very comfortable bar with plenty of room for the band to set up and play. We played as a four piece and our sets went down very well. We're back there on the 16th September for a return visit. On the 3rd July we played at a private birthday party at Tyrrell's Wood Golf Club. Chris Manby, who has seen the band play quite a few times, asked us to play at his 60th birthday party and we were happy to accept the invitation. A beautiful location and a very good gig. Lastly we made our debut at the Castle in Finchley Road. The pub has been taken over by Denis Cook ( uncle of Fat Boy Slim! ) who was previously at the Horns in Watford. He's turned a rather down at heel pub into a great music venue. It has a stage area, huge dance floor and very comfortable bars. We were made to feel very welcome and we had a good night. We're looking forward to playing there again.

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London, Wimbledon, United Kingdom
Fluke are a four piece band playing mostly material from the 60's to the present day including numbers by The Kinks, The Yardbirds, Canned Heat, Steeley Dan, Elvis Costello, Spencer Davis, The Small Faces, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Eagles, Steve Miller Band, The Doors, The Kings Of Leon, The Stereophonics and many more. The band performs at pubs clubs and private functions.