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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

A New Arrival

Hope against hope, snatching the jaws of victory from defeat and so on and so forth in like fashion, we seem to have … deep breath … a new singer.

It happened like this.

Guitar Gary went to see local band Mother Black Cap performing at the weekend. We knew from way back that singer Iain Jackson was keen to join us, but the stars had never lined up properly.

Iain and Gary went to the gents and exchanged bodily fluids telephone numbers, the upshot being that Iain came to join us at the Secret Location earlier today, and, well, not to put to fine a point on it, and buttering no parsnips, but Iain is now the lead vocalist of Stealer.


But wait, not so fast.

Iain has still to fulfil his remaining commitments with Mother Black Cap and has some other projects on the go, so you won't be seeing the new-look Stealer for a few months yet. We're currently booking dates for the Spring of 2015. But this will give us all the opportunity to give the set a long-overdue clear out, and to get some new numbers into the show.

Once again, thanks to all our friends far and near for their continuing support through our recent near-death experience.

Saturday, October 4, 2014

End Of An Era

Unable to find a lead singer, Stealer is going into indefinite hibernation mode. The band would like to thank our many friends for their support over the years.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Singer and Gig Update

A quick note that due to a diary malfunction our gig at the Unicorn in Aylsham on 17 October has been postponed to 22 November.

In the meantime we've been auditioning for singers. We haven't found the right one yet - so if you think you have what it takes … get in touch with us immediately, if not sooner.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Lady Of The Lake and Jub Club Gigs CANCELLED

Sadly we have had to cancel our gigs at the Lady of the Lake in Oulton Broad on 12 September, and at the Jubilee Club in Loddon on 4 October, as Smurf has been taken seriously ill and has had to bow out of the band. Other cancellations may follow - watch this space for announcements.

Apologies to all concerned for any inconvenience caused - and everyone sends their fondest wishes to Smurf and his wife Bobbie in this difficult time. Though Smurf never actually got to gigging with us, we really took to him. not just because of his big voice, but his big personality and his big heart. Get well soon, mate!

Meanwhile we are looking for a replacement. We've been auditioning at the Secret Location and so should soon be able to make an announcement.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Stealer Goes West

Stealer goes west with a booking at the Ostrich Inn in Peterborough on Saturday 13 December. This is a sign - we hope - of us spreading our wings. Not that spreading your wings does you much good if you're an ostrich, of course.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

High Noon

As singer Paul hurries off to meet the Noon train, here are a few happy snaps of the man in action from the past two years.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Rock Bodham

Just back from playing a 40-minute set at Rock Bodham, which was a lot of fun … and the last gig we'll play with Paul Noon before he retires to oil his rod.
Gary wasn't feeling himself, so Paul felt him instead.
Other bands included The Gentlemen - a band from Cromer Academy featuring Jack Blair, a young guitarist to watch; The Indebtors; The Generals; Sophie G and the Good Times (sadly minus Sophie G); fun punksters Under The Radar, and following us, Drop The Clutch - an excellent covers band. That's when we all left so we didn't see SPOT, the Yow Yows or the Naked Lights.

All in all it was a very well-organised and pleasant occasion.

We're taking a break now, for the hols - see you again on Friday 12th September at the Lady of the Lake in Oulton Broad.

Rock Bodham audience enjoying the early evening sunshine

The View From The Stage