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Cover Bands: best names or potential new one.

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You and Philko?

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The Brilleaux pads?

all legal suggestions considered

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all legal suggestions considered

 

 

Wilko and Owt

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Some event in Portsmouth next month lists one band on the bill as 'Creedence Clearwater Revival Revival'. Now then; typo, tribute act or the real thing?

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watch out for an up coming Doctor Feelgood type band, name as yet undecided containing two forum members

Dr Feelgood are playing at the Ealing Blues Festival in July. Always a good day out.

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Some event in Portsmouth next month lists one band on the bill as 'Creedence Clearwater Revival Revival'. Now then; typo, tribute act or the real thing?

Creedence bassist Stu Cook and drummer Doug Clifford formed Creedence Clearwater Revisited some time ago.

 

John Fogerty was not amused.

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Dr Feelgood are playing at the Ealing Blues Festival in July. Always a good day out.

Saw them a few weeks back bliss

Very friendly guys as well invited people back for a chat after the show

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Reiki Practitioner Feelgood?

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Sneakin' Suspicion?

Rock-Set?

Wind Ups?

The Cover Ups

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Malt Loaf.

Don't know whether to laugh or cry with that un.

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Don't know whether to laugh or cry with that un.

Crack a smile, you know you want to!

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A bloke called Bradley could start a power trio playing Meat Loaf hits and call the band 'Two out of Three ain't Brad'. I can only apologise...

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The Joiners - doing Carpenters songs but without any frills

Def Shepherd - a rock band from the Welsh valleys

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It's an old one I know but a band covering dire straits and chris rea numbers

Direrea

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Two real ones, who advertise in the local buses, 'Scam 69' and 'Repertoire Dogs'.

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