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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 127

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(MJ Hibbett & The Validators FACT, September 30th 2015)

Hello all, and welcome to this BACK TO SKOOL edition of the newsletter. We've got TOURS, FACEBOOK and a plea for FESTIVALS to talk about this time, so let's get to it!

Thursday 1 October - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic with Ben Cosh, David Callahan and Steve Lamacq.
More details HERE:

Saturday 10 October - The Windmill, Brixton
Damnably's 9th Birthday Party/John Peel Day with Slowgun, smallgang, More Bad Times and LOADS more.
Tickets available HERE:

Saturday 17 October - NN Cafe, Northampton
Taking 'Hey Hey 16K' out on the road, with support from Winston Echo.
Tickets available HERE:

Sunday 25 October - Caroline Of Brunswick, Brighton
'Hey Hey 16K' with support from David Leach - doors 8pm, show starts 8:20pm prompt!
Tickets available HERE:

Check for more information.

As you can see above Steve and I are back out on TOUR with more gigs to come in Cambridge, The Leicester Comedy Festival and hopefully a couple of other places. We'll also be recording the whole show for Go Faster Stripe at the Bloomsbury Theatre on Sunday 8 November, as part of the Go Faster Stripe Festival alongside Tony Law, Bec Hill, Gavin Osborn and Simon Munnery. It's VERY exciting and you can buy tickets for the whole day HERE:

Mr John Dredge and I have LAUNCHED our Facebook Channel, where you can see new videos by us every week. We're hoping to keep adding new stuff until well into November, so if that sounds like your sort of thing please come and LIKE us HERE:

We're back with a new series of Totally Acoustic tomorrow night (Thursday 1 October) with Ben Cosh, David Callahan and Steve Lamacq. The podcast should be out on Monday, and you can subscribe to it HERE:

We've got a great line-up of acts booked for the rest of the series, every month from now until next February, as you can see HERE:

Mixing has begun on the new album, 'Still Valid', which we're hoping to have out next spring. We'd very much like to do some GIGS at some point, so if anyone wants to book us, especially for festivals, do please let us know!

It's Ada Lovelace Day on Tuesday 13 October and to pre-celebrate Steve and I have taken our potted biography from 'Hey Hey 16K' and put it online, HERE:

And I think that's more than enough for this time - thanks for listening and see you next time!



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