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					                                                                                                       april, may, june 2008
       Issue no. 7
                                                                                                           - news alert 2 -
                                                             - SONG ALERT -                   The 15th March 2008 saw Third Alert play
                                                  New songs added to Third                    the legendary Kelly's Bar in Leamington.
                                                  Alert's set;                                   Well known for the wealth of excellent
                                                                                              bands that have played on its stage, Kelly's
                                                  Sharp Dressed man - ZZ Top                  has built its musical reputation on giving
                                                  Enter Sandman - Metallica
                                                                                              talented local (and not so local bands) a
                                                  Radar Love - Golden Earring
                                                                                              showcase for their music and also for the
                                                  Pretty Vacant - The Sex Pistols
                                                  Louie, Louie - Motorhead                    knowledgeable and appreciative clientele it
                                                  Hard to Handle - The Black Crows            attracts.
            - news alert 1 -                      We Will Rock You - Queen                       Third Alert's gig there was in the midst
   At the Dun Cow, Third Alert began                                                          of some of the coldest and wettest weather
their 2008 itinerary with the eagerly an-                                                     this year, but it didn't take too long how-
ticipated first gig at this well-known War-                                                   ever for the Bar itself to warm up as the
wick pub.                                                                                     crowd got into TA's brand of rock.
   The band kicked off with a rocking                       - VENUE alert 1 -                    The band played two blistering sets and
rendition of 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' that got    Third Alert play the firs
                                                                        t of their two gigs   several encores to leave a tired but satisfied
people dancing almost immediately, and        this year at The Wheatshe
                                                                          af in Braunston     crowd leaving the Bar in the early hours of
the night just got better and better from     on 3rd May 2008.
                                                                                              Sunday morning.
then on.                                              Dave, the landlord of Th                   Pictures of the gig can be found at
                                             sheaf is well known as              e Wheat-
   The introduction of new songs like                                  a supporter of live
Motorhead's version of the classic 'Louie, music and the band is pleased to be
Louie' and ZZ Top's 'Sharp Dressed Man', the chance to play there this year. Th               Third Alert return to Kelly's on 27th June
                                             other great thing about                  e
confirmed the band's intention to bring at                            the pub is that Dave    2008, see you there.
least one new song into the set lists at keeps some of the best beers and rea
                                                                                     l ales
every gig and also continued the party in the area which, the band say, wo
                                                                                    uld be
atmosphere in the pub that was gaining criminal not to sample on the night.
more and more momentum.
  Guitarist Clive Marshall said, "As the The Wheatsheaf
first gig of 2008, the band couldn't have 10 The Green
asked for a better venue or a better crowd. Braunston, Daventry
We were up close and personal with the
people in the pub, just how we like it. We
had a great night."                                           - Gig alert -
  Pictures of the gig can be found on
                                                5th April 2008 - The Herald                                - VENUE alert 2 -
                                                12th April 2008 - The Greaves Club                Third Alert head out into darkest Ox-
The band play the Dun Cow again on                                                             fordshire on 24th May 2008 to play at the
Friday 16th May 2008. It promises to be         19th April 2008 - The Red Lion                 Flowing Well pub in Banbury. Their first
another great night of rock music.                                                             visit to the town, the band were booked to
                                                3rd May 2008 - The Wheatsheaf
                                                16th May 2008 - The Dun Cow                    play after a recommendation to the pub
                                                                                               by someone who had seen them play
                                                24th May 2008 - The Flowing Well               previously.
                                                6th June 2008 - The Longford Engine               "We're really chuffed to get the gig',
                                                27th June 2008 - Kelly's Bar                   says Martyn Smith, the band's manager,
                                                                                               "it's the band's first time in the town and
                                                                                               it came from a recommendation - it does-
                                                Dates may change so check our website          n't get any better than that".
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                                              or myspace site for full details on gig
                                              locations and for up to the minute informa-
             -   on                           tion                                             The Flowing Well
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