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'Leaving for the Coast'

The weekend programme 


This programme is for people who have booked tickets for the whole Palers' Weekend. The Palers' Band is expected to be available for rehearsals at scheduled times, while others may come and go as they wish.

Notice that Sunday evening at BB King's Blues Club is not a BtP event, but a public gig: so the club may charge an additional entrance fee at the door to those of you who are not playing in Palers' Band that evening.

For people with tickets for Monday only, party time is 12.00.

 

Friday 25 July: turn up and join in as soon as you can

 

Morning

Rehearsal at Jeremy Gilien's place: 1434 South Spaulding Ave., Los Angeles, CA.90019. 'Phone (323)935-3367

This is about 3 or 4 miles south of Sunset Boulevard; it's on Spaulding, 4 blocks east of Fairfax, and half a block south of Pico. The studio is located down the driveway behind the house, so the gate will be open for people to go round the back.

 

Afternoon

Jeremy Gilien's place

 

Evening

Jeremy Gilien's place

Saturday 26 July

 

11 am prompt 4 pm

Rehearse on stage at BB King's Club, 1000 Universal Centre Drive, Suite 222, Universal City , CA 91609, tel 818 622-5464

 

Evening

Rehearsal and party at Evan Edelist's place, 17600 Dearborn(e) Street Northridge

Sunday 27 July

 

Morning

Venue to be confirmed ...

 

3 pm prompt

Rehearse on stage at BB King's Club

 

5 pm

Doors open to public. Barbecue special!

 

8 pm

First of two Palers' Band sets at BB King's Club

 

9.20

A few songs from Anglo-American band, Apeneck

 

9.45 pm

Second of two Palers' Band sets

Monday 28 July

 

8.00 am

Get in to BB King's Club

 

9 am prompt

Soundcheck with BBK engineer

 

Until noon

Final tweaking of Palers' Band set

 

12 4pm

Palers' Party : two short sets

 

Evening

Procol Harum play John Anson Ford Theatre

 

10.30 pm 2 am

After show party: more Palers' Band music ...

 

 


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