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billyshym
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Posted -  17/12/2011  :  20:46
LANKYKATS - Rock 'n Roll Forever...



We'd luv to see ya there!

We're at it in The Standish Unity Club, Cross Street, M6 Junction 27 every other Thurs of the month 1st & 3rd. We have a special do on Thurs 29th Dec too. Fab live bands playing from 8 'till late. We luvvit when guest bands join in with us.. Fans and friends can watch in comfort in a fab atmosphere... or bop your socks off... Wateryerwaitingfur... Just roll up 'n rock on..

www.lankykats.com
08450 94 87 95



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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


36804 Posts
Posted - 18/12/2011 : 06:02
Hmmmmm.....


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moh
Silver Surfer


6860 Posts
Posted - 18/12/2011 : 11:21
Don't think many on here will travel that far!!


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Whyperion
Regular Member


122 Posts
Posted - 18/12/2011 : 13:44
Following the Website, (I am geographically challenged by Junction Numbers on Motorways ), I presume Standish is somewhere in the Wigan Area ( I do know my postcodes ).

 

Admission for all £1 - A truly fab night out..
 

The Standish Unity Club

Cross Street

Standish

WN6 0HQ

 


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Whyperion
Regular Member


122 Posts
Posted - 18/12/2011 : 13:49
The website also has some taster pictures of what look like home made basses and 6 string electric guitars , unique shapes and worthy of the wood turning etc pages on here , unfortunately the site does not seem to follow up on them as I would like to see and know /hear at bit more about those items.


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Callunna
Revolving Grey Blob


3044 Posts
Posted - 18/12/2011 : 15:17
An interesting website - no harm in adding a link, I wouldn't have thought.

Standish (near Wigan) isn't THAT far away and it does have some interesting features. I love anything that encourages creating live music (an antidote to the X factor mentality!).

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billyshym
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11 Posts
Posted - 18/12/2011 : 16:28
www.lankybeat.com is brother to www.lankykats.com  sister


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billyshym
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11 Posts
Posted - 24/12/2011 : 15:21
I run www.lankybeat.com website too... If you like that kind of thing?

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Whyperion
Regular Member


122 Posts
Posted - 24/12/2011 : 21:12
Yep , noticed the websites. Content good but arrangement a little difficult to understand. Perhaps a three colum (narrow, wide , narrow ) would present things a bit clearer with announcements in most recent order in the middle , links to important archive /adverts on the left and links to items/ events that are newest /nearers to date of viewing down the right. 

Lancashire music scene somewhat difficult to follow easily with the past impacts of Liverpool and Manchester needing lives of there own never mind the small town happenings past and present.  Reminder of which was Radio 2's dance season with Pete Waterman recalling days of past -  and present -  at the Northern Dance clubs with some great rare import soul  music tracks played on the show.

 


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billyshym
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Posted - 04/01/2012 : 17:52
Three live bands from 8:00pm onwards... Thursday 5th Jan 2012


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Cathy
Senior Member


4249 Posts
Posted - 05/01/2012 : 09:15
So you're not going to get to know us   billyshym  ??  Hmmm...


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billyshym
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Posted - 05/01/2012 : 16:59
Not sure if I know how to relply to this Cathy... You could try www.newliine.com That way you might get to who I am...


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Stu N. Hard
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5 Posts
Posted - 05/01/2012 : 17:18
Looks interesting website. Not my kind of music but good luck to you. You obviously put a lot of work into this.

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billyshym
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Posted - 05/01/2012 : 17:25
Good idea Stu


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