Acoustic Cafe in Jericho’s Launceston 26th August 2010


26th August event at Launceston's Acoustic Cafe
Check out this great line up at the next Acoustic Cafe

 Jericho's Brasserie in Liberty house Launceston was packed out again on Thursday evening because of the Acoustic Cafe which is held on the last Thursday of every month. This venue is so popular that people are booking tables for the September 30th event already!

I have invited people who attended to write their own review of the evening and to send in photos and videos if possible. So watch this space. I always enjoy the Acoustic Cafe but now is the chance to have your say. Send an email to selwynseven AT gmail.com

Will Samuels and Phil Leslie two members of the band Left Nut Jack and the Square Needles
Will the sax player and Phil the bass player of Left Nut Jack and the Square Needles at Jericho's Brasserie Launceston

 Photo taken by Jamie Murphy who organises the Acoustic Cafe and is also the sound technician for the event.

The Metro Men

Jack Hayward on drums, Frederick-Goodwin-Hayward vocals and Duncan Whale on guitar.

Frederick Goodwin-Hayward
Frederick Goodwin-Hayward singing for The Metro Men at the Acoustic Cafe in launceston

 Frederick has a great voice and for tonights set he sang covers of  "Love will tear us apart"  by The Joy Division, "Knocking on heavens door" by Bob Dylan, "Behind blue eyes" by The Who, and two of  their own original songs "Coffee shop blues" and "Like a Storm" by The Metro Men. These guys will be supporting Jamie Murphy and his band Six is Out at Jericho's on the 25th September. Come along for an excellent night out in Launceston

All the bands and musicians were excellent and gave the audience a great night of entertainment.

Mel as usual laid on a massive amount of fabulous food and good night was had by all.

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