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Some Quick News
Claire wrote this in the 'tones discussion group:
Has anyone else seen the bit in the front of this week's NME? I overlooked it until today. It's on page 3 in the article about The Charlatan's new single (bottom right corner). It says that our very own Mark Morriss will be playing an accoustic set at the London Charing Cross Road Borderline on 17th May. That's all I know about it - I don't know about tickets or anything, but it's in aid of the National Missing Persons Helpline and there'll be Hurricane #1 and Stereophonics there too. Others doing gigs on that day for the same cause include The Charlatans and James Dean Bradfield at the London Brixton Academy.
However, Emma wrote this in the 'tones discussion group:
It says in this weeks NME that Mark wasn't going to play an acoustic set, has he had "recording commitments".
Which I'm here I might as well add the names of a couple of tracks the band played a few months back in their Children in Need gig. Ed from In A Blue Vein said this:
They did 3 new songs: "Four-day Weekend", "Down By the Reservoir" and "Broken Starr" (I think that's what they're called, I'll get back to you if they're wrong.)