First on stage the very talented and enthusiastic Jack Brown and The Dead mans Orchestra, playing selections from his latest and very succesful show on myspaceNow you don't get many girl drummers, but when you do they are usually pretty good. When you get Sarah leanne Palmer on drums as well as being the lead vocalist and song writer you know you're in for a treat. Here she is with her band.
All the way from London, but you'd be forgiven if you thought she was a local, because she plays here regularly, Tallulah Rendall. This time pared right down to a solo performance having left her band behind in the smoke. Note we don't miss any opportunity to have her posing with Peterboroughs very latest arts magazine "Art & Soul" Check it out at your nearest venue, Spirit & Soul, The Glass Onion, The Office, and many other places. It's jam packed with reviews, features, photos, of all your favourite local artists and much more.
Fabonacci rounded off the night. Rounding off a brilliant nights entertainment.
Don't forget next week we have Opaque, James Chadwick, The Beautiful Sleezy, Runners up of the band of 2007 competition,and mad rockers Sidearm who can never be accused of lacking enthusiasm. So it's going to be a memorable night.
We're off to Great Stukely now for the BMF music festival at the Four Horseshoes. Where you can see such great acts as Point of Origin, Opaque, The brackets, AOB, Circus and Richard Hall amongst a whole bunch of other acts on stage. So if we don't see you there we'll be back at Unity next Thursday. Until then ...Rock on dudes.