Now & Then / Frontiers News - 14 June 2001
Posted by: Peter Sims ()
Date: June 15, 2001 02:38AM

NOW & THEN / FRONTIERS NEWS - 14 June 2001
Always up for playing live shows Bob Catley takes to the stage once
again for another two solo shows in July.

He plays:

Thursday 19th July - The Rock Cafe 2000 - Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge -
Tel: 01384 390918

20th/21st/22nd July - 3 day outdoor festival - Beckett's Field, Castle
Syke Hill, Ackworth, Pontefract.

The festival will be set in a 10 acre field with free camping, Friday
evening will be 'party night' with about 3 bands playing pop / 60's /
70' / 80's etc. Saturday 21st there will be approximately 9 local rock
bands playing throughout the day with Bob Catley headlining the evening.
There will be blues type bands playing on the Sunday. There will also be
a fun fair, classic cars, bikes etc and of course a licensed bar for the
whole weekend. Tickets cost £15 in advance or £20 on the gate.
For tickets ring - Les or Claire: 01977 610218 or Alan: 01977 612138 or
Debbie: 01977 612606.

We are also pleased to announce that THE SIGN will be appearing at the
LOKERSEEN FESTIVAL in Lokeren / Belgium on Saturday August 11th, 2001
from 22.00 h until 23.30 h.

The band will also have a VERY special surprise guest appearing at the
event which will make their appearance even more worthy and unique !

For further information concerning the event and in order to arrange
promotional activities like interviews & features, please contact:

Lokerse Feesten VZW
P/A Luc Bonnaerens
H. Geestmolenstraat 164
B-9160 Lokeren
Tel./fax: +32 9 348 65 37
Email: or

Skin Tag offer an insight into the recording of their forthcoming debut
album with a studio log. Beginning in May 2000 the log covers the band's
inception and early rehearsals through to the current final touches that
are being added at the moment.

You can access the piece, written by keyboard player Charlie Calv at

Check out the Now & Then Productions Website at:

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