Here & Now Band - plus support Featherteeth and Tom Ashurst Tickets | The Golden Lion Todmorden  | Fri 5th July 2019 Lineup

Here & Now Band - plus support Featherteeth and Tom Ashurst tickets

The Golden Lion in Todmorden

Friday 5th July 2019

7:00pm til 12:00am (last entry 9:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Here & Now are an English psychedelic/space rock band . They have connections with the band Gong and worked with them under the name Planet Gong.

 
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Here & Now Band - plus support Featherteeth and Tom Ashurst on Friday 5th July 2019

Here & Now are an English psychedelic/space rock band formed in early 1974. They have close connections with the band Gong and in 1977/1978 worked with Gong's Daevid Allen and Gilli Smyth under the name Planet Gong.

The first version of the group was co-founded in London by drummer/vocalist Keith Dobson later known as 'Kif Kif Le Batteur', guitarist/keyboardist José Gross, bassist Franco & others in March 1974. In 1977 Daevid Allen and Gilli Smyth recruited the band to tour with them under the name Planet Gong, and this combination released a live album Live Floating Anarchy 1977 and a single 'Opium for the People'.

Steffe left the H&N band again in 2009. He has continued to work with Steve Cassidy on various fusion projects and contributed to Joie Hinton projects. He is now concentrating on solo work and his long-time involvement in Visitation Arena with Cher Newsam.

FEATHERTEETH - LOCAL AVANT GARDE PSYCHEDELIA. SYNTH DRIVEN SOFT/HARD TRIPPY ROCK

TOM ASHURST - ACOUSTIC/PSYCH SOLO PROJECT FROM THE BASS PLAYER OF HAWKLORDS

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70s, Acoustic, Alternative, Punk, Reggae

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