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Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - MUSIC SCENE -

Pre Teens take to the stage with alt-folk act Flax­man and singer­song­writer Craig John David­son. Also ap­pear­ing will be Ded Rab­bit, Wild Crow and Bears Smell Fear.

Pre Teens. LO­CAL blues lovers are ad­vised to head to the Blue Lamp to­mor­row for a night of stun­ning mu­si­cian­ship fea­tur­ing two bril­liant bands. Gui­tarist Krissy Matthews – who’s just 19 – and his band have been caus­ing a storm in the blues world, hav­ing re­cently sup­ported the leg­endary Joe Bona­massa at Lon­don’s Ron­nie Scott’s. The band will be joined on Fri­day by Aberdeen’s own leg­endary gui­tarist, Gerry Jablon­ski along with his Elec­tric Band. Fresh from a tour pro­mot­ing their sec­ond al­bum – Life at Cap­tain Tom’s – Jablon­ski and co are set to raise the roof with what is al­ways an en­ter­tain­ing set. WEST Loth­ian rock­ers Dirty Rose ap­pear at The Moor­ings Bar on Satur­day night. The band, who have opened for the likes of GUN, Heaven’s Base­ment and Blaze Bay­ley, are sure to put on an im­pres­sive show. They will be sup­ported on the night by two great lo­cal bands – metal act Akord, and Post Child, a new out­fit from lo­cal mu­si­cian Bryan An­thony Al­varez.

Gerry Jablon­ski’s band.

cas­sette and dig­i­tal down­load in the sum­mer of 2008,” said the 32-year-old. “It got passed around and played on ra­dio sta­tions. Pretty soon peo­ple were get­ting in contact ask­ing me to play con­certs. “Sud­denly peo­ple wanted to hear me. I feel lucky for...



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