Friday, September 09, 2011

This year's Caedmon gig

If you are near northern England, 70s acid folk gospel band Caedmon have returned to the source of their inspiration, no less than Caedmon Hall, Gateshead, to play a gig on 22nd October 8pm. Tickets available  from the Gateshead Live website.

They are joined by a Newcastle-based band  - Let Sleeping Dogs, who are said to be similar in eclectic style to the reformed Caedmon, drawing on a range of instruments and styles.

3 comments:

kentpatterson said...

Let Sleeping Dogs are good .... they feature Martin Hoile and Steve Forster from 'Hidden Agendas' Christian band .... Ken Patterson from Caedmon played triangle and other percussion on two for the tracks on their eponymous album in the late eighties.

kentpatterosn said...

Hi pf made a mistake in my first comment

Let Sleeping Dogs are good .... they feature Martin Hoile and Steve Forster from 'Hidden Agendas' Christian band .... Ken Patterson from Caedmon played triangle and other percussion on two of the tracks on their eponymous album from the late eighties.

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