Friday, 13 February 2009

Louise Mary Martin

Usually on the show we promote live music across Furness and so its time to add those details to this blog for anyone interested.

Louise Mary Martin
says ciao for now!
Yes, you read it right!
It may come as a surprise to many of you, but Jay and I have decided to call it a day after over 3 years of writing and performing together.
We've been touched by peoples reactions so far and we'd just like to say a huge THANK YOU to all the wonderful audiences and individuals, promoters and venues, bands and musicians we have had the great pleasure to meet and work with during this time.
We really want to play our final gig to as many friendly faces as can squish in the venue, so if you possibly can please, please try to get along to...

Ulverston Sports Club
Priory Rd

Saturday 21st Feb
Also featuring the excellent Tongue Tide, Funkit and Kaya
Doors 8pm


We'll be having the gig recorded and CD copies will later be available to those who want them. Just sign up on the night!

I've been up to some other musical mischief recently so if it's OK with you guys I'll continue to keep you updated with all the fun and frolics. Anyone who wants to be removed from the list please email back and say so, no harm done :)

Items of note -

Monster Monster and Pubstep Presents
Northern Reggae Generator
+ Demon DJ
Ulverston Sports Club
Friday March 20th
Doors 8:30pm

I've teamed up with Mr Monster/Demon DJ, Dave Crossley to bring this excellent live act to our very own Ulverston. They packed out Dickie Doodles in Kendal last month and are a sure fire, dance your face off, night-to-remember inducing musical extravaganza! Get involved!

Arts Centre to come to Ulverston's Roxy..?
Gary Robinson and his team from Barrow's Canteen Venue are currently in the midst of a license application for this exciting venture! If you haven't heard about it already it's intended to be a Brewery Arts-esque multi-functional centre encompassing gallery space, music venue, cafe-bar and of course cinema all housed in the town's treasured art deco building. The Laurel and Hardy Museum will also have a new home there. We are all crossing our fingers tightly for this much needed creative hub. Please send any letters of support for the proposal to
as well as local press!
Join the Facebook group here:

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