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Thanks a lot: everyone at Ekko, Andrew Phillips, Martijn Vink, Tim Knol, The Starlets/Matthijs van der Ven, Gerben, Bas, Gemma, Tessel, Dennis Aaij, Jelmer de Haas, Norbert and everbody in the audience or watching at home. If we forgot to mention you: so sorry!
Tonight (October 10), the Gasoline Brothers’ album release concert will be broadcast live on this page: http://3voor12.vpro.nl/artikelen/artikel/42540427 (scroll down – below the article – to see the screen). Our show starts around 21.30 tonight (GMT+2, for foreign viewers).
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We’re proud to announce that The Starlets from Glasgow, Scotland, have been added to the bill of our CD release show at Ekko (Utrecht) on October 10, 2009. Tickets available through the Ekko website or at Plato record store in Utrecht.
Get-in: 10 lousy euros. For that amount you will not only see us play live (first time in Utrecht since 2007!), you will also get the new Gasoline Brothers CD (entitled Tsk!) for free! Tickets available through the Ekko website or at Plato record store in Utrecht. So if you’ll be attending, let us know here! Or if you’re on Twitter, check this!
This Gasoline Brothers footage was thought to be lost. But director Gerben Schmidt of Zomp TV retrieved it when he was cleaning up his video archives. We’re glad he did!
It’s a cool registration of a living room show we played January 29, 2006. Not just your ordinary living room, but the living room of Tivoli booking agent Johan Gijsen. And it was not just your ordinary living room show, for that matter. It was a fullblown rock show, with real amps and loud music. If you’re interested, there’s a nice review on 3voor12. The show itself was quite err… well… legendary if I dare say so, and this footage captures some of the magic we felt that afternoon. Enjoy!