DOGTOOTH START REVIVAL WEEKENDER WITH DCR97.4 FM’s TRISH THEN DUNOON’S VICTORIA BAR

Written by on 13/08/2017

Dunoon’s Victoria Bar along with The Oakbank Bar in Sandband were the “Chosen Two” who were selected to open the fourth Revival Weekender this weekend.

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Before the Gig at the Victoria Bar and after a very lively (a Set in itself) Sound check,  John, Craig and Robert called into the DCR97.4fm John Street broadcasting Studio where Rock Presenter Trish was waiting to introduce the Band to her listeners in a special “Mods & Rockers” edition of her award winning radio programme  “What Ever Rocks Your Boat”

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Dunoon’s Victoria Bar along with The Oakbank Bar in Sandband where the “Chosen Two” who were selected to open the fourth Revival Weekender this weekend.

DCR97.4fm  deja’s Sammy, Luke and Vinnie entertained before Dogtooth and for the After Party.

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Before the Gig and after a very lively (a Set in itself) Sound check,  John, Craig and Robert called into the DCR97.4fm John Street broadcasting Studio where Rock Presenter Trish was waiting to introduce the Band to her listeners in a special “Mods & Rockers” edition of her award winning radio programme  “What Ever Rocks Your Boat”

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We think everyone took Vinnie Thoms “No Dancing In The Aisles” far to literally as it was standing room  only at the Victoria Bar which proved to be a great music venue with great sound and a very lively and appreciative audience so much so that after a superb set with cries and appeals for more the band did not just one but several encores until their management brought the Gig to a very satisfactory end (apparently because of their age which we all tend to forget–certain Mary Poppins apply)

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