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                      May 7th 2011.

           ….THE HAMSTERS….    £14.

    

THE HAMSTERS PLAY JIMI HENDRIX & ZZ TOP!

                    25TH YEAR – FAREWELL TOUR!

The guitar, bass and drums trio THE HAMSTERS have long been established as one of our premier Blues-Rock attractions, having performed over 4,000 concerts in 24 years.

 Although usually playing their own brand of rootsy Rock, Blues and Americana – tonight they’ll be performing two sets of JIMI HENDRIX and ZZ TOP songs, for which they’re also widely regarded as being the UK’s leading interpreters. Guitarist/singer Slim has also just been featured in Guitarist magazine’s ‘Blues Guitar Heroes’ book. 

 “They’re fabulous: one of Britain’s very best live bands” – Bob Harris, Radio2

“No-one does Jimi Hendrix and ZZ Top better”  The Times

“Technically flawless, before the Hamsters no-one has contemplated Hendrix covers on such a scale”      Vox

“They really kick ass…Slim is one of your greatest guitarists”   Walter Trout.

“Latest in a  distinguished line of great British power trio’s, the whole band are technically quite perfect…Slim is simply outstanding”     Blueprint

“Rock ‘n Roll at its very best…maximum impact…evil R ‘n B”   Guitarist

An added motivation to come to this gig, them being brilliant aside, is that they recently announced their retirement in March of next year so this is the very last chance you will have to see The Hamsters at the Shire Hall.

Please see below a personal message from Slim.

“This is to let you know that The Hamsters will be retiring in a year’s time: 1st April 1987 was the date of our first band rehearsal, and 1st April 2011 marks the start of our 25th year together. We’ve long discussed ending the Hamsters adventure at the completion of 25 years as we’ve each a lot of other things we’d like to do, but have never had the time. So, we’ve got one more year to say goodbye to you all , and will play our final show on 31st March 2012.”

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