Terry & Gerry LONDON - Tickets

Terry & Gerry LONDON - Tickets
Fri, 03/02/17, 19:30 100 Club
100 Oxford Street, W1D 1LL LONDON

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Terry & Gerry, 100 Club, 03/02/17
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After selling out the 100 Club in early 2016, Terry & Gerry are back for a special one off show at the 100 Club after touring the country as support to Status Quo.

After 27 years the Birmingham based cult skiffle cow-punk band Terry and Gerry have reformed to tour in honour of their biggest fan, the late John Peel.

BBC disc jockey and avid fan John Peel promoted the band when apparently by chance he picked out their demonstration tape because his wife’s best friends were also known as Terry and Gerry. He thought the coincidence was too great to ignore! The band recorded four critically acclaimed sessions for the John Peel show and got a very fond mention in his autobiography.

In the mid-eighties the four piece band released six singles and one album. ‘From Lubbock to Clintwood East’: Each went to Number One in the indie charts. Reviewing their single on Radio One Morrissey declared ‘I love it!! Don’t know why!!’ The band toured extensively in the UK, Europe and America gathering fans from Joe Strummer of The Clash to Shane MacGowan from The Pogues. Terry and Gerry regularly appeared on radio and TV, including sessions for The Old Grey Whistle Test and The Tube, they wrote numerous theme tunes for Central TV and were the subject of a 30 minute documentary by the legendary film maker Norman Hull, which aired on British Television in July 1986.

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