999 back at New Cross Inn

After a full house last time An Alternative Gathering are chuffed to have 999 back at New Cross Inn.

Picture Credit : Paul Boyling

Doors 7.30pm
£10 ADV / £13 OTD (no guestlist)
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999
999 are an English punk rock band, formed in London in December 1976. From the period of 1976 to 1985, the lineup of 999 consisted of Nick Cash (vocals, guitar), Guy Days (lead guitar), Jon Watson (bass) and Pablo LaBrittain (drums). (As a result of injuries sustained in a motor accident, LaBrittain was temporarily replaced by drummer Ed Case aka Paul Edwards in 1980.) Jon Watson left the band in 1985; being replaced by Danny Palmer, who remained with the band until 1991. Palmer was replaced by Arturo Bassick, who remains the bass player with 999 to this date.
The reason for their longevity is not airplay, massive publicity, hype or even a major recording deal but word of mouth and that “word of mouth” now extends to nearly every country on earth.
999’s debut single, “I’m Alive”, was “a headlong rush of anti 9 to 5 rebellion complete with a bruising power-pop punk guitar attack and rent-a-yob pitched-in vocals.”
“A ferocious live band, the group harnessed every iota of their stage performance for the studio, turning in an album that zips past at the speed of light, in a blur of chant-worthy choruses and pogo-able riffs.”
http://www.nineninenine.net
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRX1WRaDYbebzgqLWkRidwQ
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/999_%28band%29

Supports will be announced in due course (don’t even bother asking).