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Friday, March 27, 2015

We Get Around

Here in Stealer's secret underground bunker we have one of those chart tables showing all the places we've played, and all the places where we're booked, and here it is.

I regret I can't show you the lovely young ladies in old-fashioned nylons and well-pressed uniforms who push all the little pieces around on the board as new gig announcements come in.


There are quite a few places on the map left to be coloured in...

Saturday, March 21, 2015

From the Grapes

Last night we all got our visas to cross the border … into Suffolk, where we played the Grapes in Bury St Edmunds, one of the premier rock venues in East Anglia. Here's Kevin and Gary rocking out …

It was a slow start but the joint really started jumping after midnight when the audience was swelled by a giant pink rabbit. At least, according to Henry, who was the only person who admitted to seeing it. We'll be back at the Grapes on 3 July. In the meantime our next gig is on 24 April at the Unicorn in Aylsham … enough time to get a few new songs into the set.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Stealer at the Grapes

This Friday, 20 March, we'll be packing our passports and crossing the border to play in the Deep South - Bury St Edmunds, to be precise, at the Grapes, one of East Anglia's premier rock venues. We are really excited about this. We hope you'll be able to join us.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Down at the Dock

Thanks to everyone who came to pack out the Dock Tavern in Gorleston tonight (21st February) for our first gig in seven months, and the first with Iain out the front. If you had half as much fun as we did, then we had twice as much fun as you did.

We've posted a selection of tracks on Soundcloud (yes, I guess you had to be there.) And here are a couple of happy snaps. We are always pleased to have more! Feel free to upload them to our tumblr account.


Sunday, February 8, 2015

Gorleston Calling ...

Here we are earlier today having a full-dress rehearsal for our upcoming gigs, which start at the Dock Tavern in Gorleston on 21 February.





And let's have a warm welcome for Kevin Mason, our new man on the desk!

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Nix No-Noise Nimbies Now!

All fans of live music should get behind this petition [no matter that the writer has trouble with his English - 'innumerate' instead of 'innumerable'. Doh. Ed.]

It calls on the government to block those moving into premises near pre-existing live music venues from objecting to noise from said venues.

At the moment, just one complaint from a nearby nimby can close down a pub or club, taking away someone's livelihood and reducing live entertainment opportunities for bands and fans alike.


Thursday, November 6, 2014

Down To Earth

While you were all outside lighting sparklers and setting off rockets, the new line-up - complete with singer Iain - got down to work at the Secret Location, bashing out the bones of no fewer than five new numbers. 

We have a lot to get through as we've given the old set a thorough clean-out. Many of the old stalwarts have been put back in the toy cupboard and we're going to be trying out a whole raft of new tunes.

I shouldn't really tell you what we were working on, but as you asked so nicely, they were 'Empty Rooms' (Gary Moore), 'All The Way From Memphis' (Mott The Hoople), 'You Better You Bet' (The Who), 'Nothing Else Matters' (Metallica) and 'Turn It On Again' (Genesis). As we were packing up, Gary, Craig and Kevin jammed on 'Day Of The Eagle' (Robin Trower), so we'll fling that one in, too.