14 Jun 2010
The live return of Section 25 
Three live dates have been announced by Section 25 which are the first since the death of Larry Cassidy. The shows start in Sept to coincide with the release of the Retrofit remix album and more are expected to follow.

Vin Cassidy told Cerysmatic Factory: "It's kind of scary but at same time exciting as it's a new chapter for us and things will be very different with new material and also severely revamped older material. But we will keep to the same guide principles. Bethany will be doing front vox, but everybody else will also be doing some vox."

Thu 16 Sep - The Musician, 42 Crafton Street, Leicester, LE1 2DE
Fri 22 Oct - The North Bar, Town Hall Street, Blackburn, Lancs, BB2 1AG
Sat 11 Dec - The Beat Club, 22 Corporation Street, Blackpool, Lancs, FY1 1EJ

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad to hear this!

17/06/2010, 02:30

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really looking forward to it!!
Ann & Manu
Belgium

28/06/2010, 22:38

 

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