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The Smiths UTD on Saturday 22nd September 2018
Back by popular demand!
The Smiths UTD is a Lincoln-based The Smiths tribute act. The classic four-piece Smiths lineup paid homage to by four Smiths-mad lads from the flatlands! All the classic hits and more.
Gig review Robin 2 Bilston 29th July 2016
'The Smiths UTD were great value and their set an excellent choice. Ask, Shoplifters of the World, What Difference Does it Make? The hits kept on coming and the crowd responded as they edged further and further forward onto the dance floor. They sounded ace and it continued throughout until they brought the house down with renditions of This Charming Man and There is a Light That Never Goes Out. The crowd lapped it up like the cat that really had got the cream ... we were UTD in our love for a bit of nostalgia by the time the three‐and‐a‐half‐hour bumper sing‐off sadly drew to a close.'
The audience comments speak for themselves!
“Probably the best #thesmiths tribute bands you'll ever see. Close ur eyes & it was pretty close to the real thing. Well done TheSmithsUtd” (tweet 30th April 2016)
“top gig last night @TheStudioHpool #takeabow' (tweet 10th April 2016)
“Well impressed with gig tonight, I saw The Smiths 30 years ago brought back some memories”
(Facebook 5th August)
“I've seen a couple of smiths tributes... and they were definitely the best by far, Morrissey had a gritty realism, was great to watch and listen too, thank you for the best night I've had in a long time and keep up the good work, Smiths Utd!!”
(facebook 1st August 2016)
Music Genres: Alternative, Covers Band/Tribute Act, Indie, Rock & Roll
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