Legend - A Tribute to Bob Marley
Legend performing "Stir it up"
1st October 2016
Arches 31 & 32, Bristol & Exeter Mews, Lower Station Approach Road, Temple Meads.Bristol.
Friday 30th September
Ten years ago The Atomic Rays hit the Bristol music scene like an invasion from Mars. Playing a completely unexpected selection of covers they turned pub-rock into an art form. With their flamboyance, theatre and energy they quickly became one of the most popular acts on the circuit and are regarded by many as the most entertaining band in the city. The Rays will celebrate their 10th anniversary with a show at the Tunnels Friday 30th September. There’ll be guest appearances including former guitarist Ray Mondo and the debut of the Fay Rays on backing vocals. They’re always unpredictable so you can expect the unexpected but accomplished face-melting rock is pretty much guaranteed. It’ll also be a fundraiser for Cath Lewis, a regular follower trying to raise money for treatment for the rare and debilitating condition of Myelodysplastic Syndrome. So it should be a fun night in a very good cause. “BEST ****ING BAND EVER!” – R1’s EDITH BOWMAN “BEST BAND IN BRISTOL” – IN A JIFFY! “SPECIAL” – STATUS PROMOTIONS “BLOODY GOOD” – Bristolrock.co.uk “RETRO AND COOL” - www.viewbristol.co.uk “AS GOOD AS THEY SAY THEY ARE!” – PAUL D
Doors Open 7.30pm | £6.00
Saturday 01st October
A celebration of everything Caribbean. Live music, drinks promo and Caribbean BBQ. LEGEND are seven great musicians and singers dedicoated to the life and music of the late, great Bob Marley This dynamic band, led by the charismatic Michael Anton Phillips (Cheesy) has a pedigree second to none, whose members have worked with such reggae greats as: The Mighty Diamonds, Dennis Brown, Rankin Roger, The Beat, Burning Spear, Apache Indian, Johnny 2 Bad, Errol Dunkley, George and Desmond Decker, Musical Youth and many more Legend's two hour show covers the very best of Bob Marley’s timeless classics: Is This Love, No Woman No Cry, Waiting in Vain, Exodus, I Shot The Sheriff, Jamming, Could You Be Loved. These are just a few of his million selling hits brought to you in this fantastic two hour tribute to the acknowledged master of reggae. The musicianship is flawless, with that irresistable reggae groove compelling you to move and the presence of Bob Marley himself invoked in the skilled and respectful portrayal by Michael
Doors Open 7.30pm. | £10.00
Friday 07th October
The Sam Evans Bands are playing at one of Bristol's music venues to raise money for Sporting Family Change. On Friday 7th October, The Tunnels nightclub have kindly let us take over for the evening! The Sam Evans Band will be playing between 9pm and 10pm and then after that a resident DJ will be playing until close. Tickets are available to buy for £10 each. If you have any questions or would like to purchase any tickets please contact Hayley - email@example.com Sure to be a fantastic evening with all money raised going towards our short breaks programme.
Doors Open 8pm | £10.00
Saturday 08th October
From the melting pot of Birmingham, UK, hail the original and still the best tribute band to RHCP, The Really Hot Chili Peppers. Four vastly experienced musicians who were drawn together by a love of funk and a vision to bring the raw energy and power of the Red Hot Chili Peppers to the masses. Having toured extensively around the UK, Europe and Asia for years they have honed their sound to perfection, with layered harmonies and the kind of live show you can only get from a band who love their music, and love to entertain a crowd Flowerpot are a 3 piece all female alternative rock band based in Bristol. As being compared to the female answer to Nirvana, their sound is derived from class rock influences as well as funk & metal.
Doors Open 7.30pm | £12.00
Sunday 09th October
With eight albums in twenty six years, Freakwater couldn’t be described as prolific, but their tendency to only say something when its worth saying is what has made them one of the most highly regarded contemporary American bands. Their first release in a decade, Scheherazade, has earned universal critical praise. Highlighting the sisterly harmonies of Catherine Irwin and Janet Beveridge Bean and songs that reflect a sepia tinted alternative and sinister vision of America, Freakwater fully deserve their legendary reputation. With UK tours are as rare as their records, this is more of an event than a show. “Longtime fans who have patiently waited for this resurgence will be thrilled with results.” American Songwriter, “Haunting songs rooted in old-time country, Southern Gothic and humming electric ambience.” Uncut.
Doors Open 7.30pm | £12.00
Friday 14th October
Nashville Nights UK are bringing the hottest country music party on the planet to Bristol! Dance your boots off 8pm til 1am to non-stop new country hits played by our guest DJ. If you love Luke Bryan, Kip Moore, Dierks Bentley, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Brett Eldredge and the many, many, more US country music MEGA-Stars in the County Music Chart then this is the event for you! Nashville Nights UK are the first and only country music club nights running in the UK, hosting party nights up and down the country, this is their first visit to The Tunnels Bristol. Find out more about their events and see photos and videos from previous nights on their website www.nashvillenights.uk
Doors Open 7.30pm | £12.00
Saturday 15th October
YOU ARE ABOUT TO ENTER THE SOUL TUNNEL with DJ Nick Farrow, Al B ( from Soul train Radio ) the Souled Out DJs, plus DJ PM with a reggae set Playing Classic soul, funk, Disco and rare groove get your dancing shoes on, you'll need them
Doors Open 7.30pm | £8.00
Wednesday 19th October
With their unique brand of progressive rock, Focus manifested themselves at the start of the '70s as the most successful and appreciated of all the Dutch pop-rock exports. Fronted by founding member Thijs Van Leer, and best known for their hits “Hocus Pocus”, “House of The King” and “Sylvia”, as well as critically acclaimed albums 'Moving Waves', 'Focus 3' and 'Hamburger Concerto', the iconic Dutch music masters are back with their tenth album, which is guaranteed to please their legions of fans!
Doors open 7:30pm | £14.00