Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music DJ Taylor & The Eaton Rifles: Intimate tribute gig to The Flame Throwers!

DJ Taylor & The Eaton Rifles: Intimate tribute gig to The Flame Throwers!

Playing live to promote their Flame Music EP (and novel of same name by DJ Taylor), we’re delighted to announce that the best tribute band to the most provocative assemblage of street-smart desperadoes ever to hail from downtown Los Angeles, The Flame Throwers, are coming to the Book Hive in Norwich on the 2nd of November!

Yes, that’s right — it turns out local legend, Orwell oracle, Private Eye pensman, and prolific author D J Taylor is moonlighting as a talented musician and songwriter. Teaming up with two other maestros (Pete Morgan — Bass; Paul Ellis — Drums), he’s formed a real-life tribute band to the imaginary band in his novel Flame Music (the follow-up to Rock and Roll is Life). They’ve recorded a frankly astonishing EP, and now they’re ready to perform live — right here in the shop!

The Eaton Rifles will be playing originals and covers, in what can only be described as the complete deconstruction of book publicity as we know it. It’s gonna be rowdy. It’s gonna be sweaty. It’s a proper punk gig in a bookshop — what could go wrong?

Date

Thursday 02 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

The Book Hive
53 London Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1HL

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Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music DJ Taylor & The Eaton Rifles: Intimate tribute gig to The Flame Throwers!

DJ Taylor & The Eaton Rifles: Intimate tribute gig to The Flame Throwers!

Date

Thursday 02 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

The Book Hive
53 London Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1HL

Playing live to promote their Flame Music EP (and novel of same name by DJ Taylor), we’re delighted to announce that the best tribute band to the most provocative assemblage of street-smart desperadoes ever to hail from downtown Los Angeles, The Flame Throwers, are coming to the Book Hive in Norwich on the 2nd of November!

Yes, that’s right — it turns out local legend, Orwell oracle, Private Eye pensman, and prolific author D J Taylor is moonlighting as a talented musician and songwriter. Teaming up with two other maestros (Pete Morgan — Bass; Paul Ellis — Drums), he’s formed a real-life tribute band to the imaginary band in his novel Flame Music (the follow-up to Rock and Roll is Life). They’ve recorded a frankly astonishing EP, and now they’re ready to perform live — right here in the shop!

The Eaton Rifles will be playing originals and covers, in what can only be described as the complete deconstruction of book publicity as we know it. It’s gonna be rowdy. It’s gonna be sweaty. It’s a proper punk gig in a bookshop — what could go wrong?

Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music DJ Taylor & The Eaton Rifles: Intimate tribute gig to The Flame Throwers!

DJ Taylor & The Eaton Rifles: Intimate tribute gig to The Flame Throwers!

Date

Thursday 02 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

The Book Hive
53 London Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1HL

Playing live to promote their Flame Music EP (and novel of same name by DJ Taylor), we’re delighted to announce that the best tribute band to the most provocative assemblage of street-smart desperadoes ever to hail from downtown Los Angeles, The Flame Throwers, are coming to the Book Hive in Norwich on the 2nd of November!

Yes, that’s right — it turns out local legend, Orwell oracle, Private Eye pensman, and prolific author D J Taylor is moonlighting as a talented musician and songwriter. Teaming up with two other maestros (Pete Morgan — Bass; Paul Ellis — Drums), he’s formed a real-life tribute band to the imaginary band in his novel Flame Music (the follow-up to Rock and Roll is Life). They’ve recorded a frankly astonishing EP, and now they’re ready to perform live — right here in the shop!

The Eaton Rifles will be playing originals and covers, in what can only be described as the complete deconstruction of book publicity as we know it. It’s gonna be rowdy. It’s gonna be sweaty. It’s a proper punk gig in a bookshop — what could go wrong?

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