Sunday @ Unlisted Venue
THE ANGLERS TAVERN SUNDAYS
gET DOWN TO THE ANGLERS SUNDAYS FOR A SUMMER VIBE DJ BASIL AND THE DUO SURF DOGS
ROCK THE HOUSE EVERY WEEK GET DOWN AND CHECK IT OUT
ANDREW, Sat Dec 3 10:34:16 2005
Saturday @ Unlisted Venue
Great little pub in the city great punch of ppl good drinks and great band! Go
the surf Dogs you rock!!!
Luke, Berwick, Tue Aug 2 00:16:21 2005
Friday @ Furnace
TIME TO MOVE ON -
Its interesting that you say it shames you to see so many people turning up week
after week, that says to me that you are there week after week. Maybe you should
take some of your own advice and live outside the square?? As for me i like
Furnace and like Greg i never went to Brass Monkeys. The bands are awesome and
music the same!! Cheap drinks, close to home what more could you want. Sorry
just had to have a say!!!
Sim, Tue May 17 20:44:21 2005
Accoustic duo that have a knack for getting the party started. I don't like
them, but somehow, they play the daggiest accoustic tunes, and get people
Max Moose, MaxMoose, Mon Mar 7 08:51:10 2005
Friday, October 27, ‘00
Note: Two Dogs broke up, so one of them joined Kendall from the Voodoo Surf Gods to form Surf Dogs
I used to hate Two Dogs, because they were pretty bad, but recently I gave them a chance to change my mind, and they did. The reason for this, is they have become much better, and have one of the best sing-along playlists you will ever hear. I think most of their improvement comes from the use of proper mixing gear, which gives them a much more authentic sound than you expect from an acoustic duo.
They play an early set before the Flaming Moes on Fridays at the Hallam. They warm up the crowd with a great mix of pub classics, including tracks like “Stuck in the Middle” and “My Sharona”. As an acoustic duo, they are pretty accurate, although they have been known to miss a verse here and there.
They are a sing-along band, and it is hard not to join in occasionally, and plenty of people do. They are okay with crowd interaction, but don’t expect much from the comedy. From their look and interaction, “Two Dags”, would be a more appropriate name. Remarkably, they really manage to get the crowd dancing.
As a warm up act they are great value, but I cannot imagine a duo headlining a major gig. Hallam’s Friday is easily their biggest gig. They are perfectly suited to being a warm up band, that get you singing.