Black Cats have got the cream
A BAND will be looking to put on a show of biblical proportions in St Albans later this week. Moses and the Black Cats are Jimmy Hearn (vocals, guitar), Adam Smith (guitar, backing vocals), Greg Sullivan (drums, percussion) and Bobby McBrierty (bass, back
A BAND will be looking to put on a show of biblical proportions in St Albans later this week.
Moses and the Black Cats are Jimmy Hearn (vocals, guitar), Adam Smith (guitar, backing vocals), Greg Sullivan (drums, percussion) and Bobby McBrierty (bass, backing vocals).
Formed in February 2008, the band, who are currently unsigned, claim to be for "the disconnected, the downtrodden, the uptrodden, the middletrodden, the troglodytes and the gatekeepers".
So if you fall into any of the above categories, head down to The Horn on Friday.
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Moses and the Black Cats will be performing alongside The Blacklist, Legal Aspects and the Andy Stedman Band.
The music starts at 8pm and finishes at 12.30pm, to be followed by a DJ set until 2am.
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Tickets cost �4 on the door.
For more information visit www.myspace.com/mosesandtheblackcats or www.mosesandtheblackcats.co.uk