Live at The Lock & Lace
Nottingham, 23 February 2001
The Lock & Lace got itself a council approved music license only days before the news was confirmed that landlord Craig (he of continuing Snitch fame) was moving on to a bigger and better pub in Sheffield. This meant not only that Nottingham would lose a new and vital music venue, but that our band would be saying goodbye to a top mate, and Pointy enthusiast, too.
There was just time to pull together a hello and goodbye gig, with as many acts as could be conscripted at the last
|minute including Pointy Boss.
Some of these acts even turned up on the night including Pointy Boss.
Stuffed into a packed line-up, Pointy Boss cranked out four top tunes
Little White Lie, Nothing
Here's for Sale, Baudeline, and Alcohol,
Caffeine & Pills in record time, ably assisted on the
closing number, in now traditional fashion, by Snitch's
Later Pointy Pete taught BiTE how to perform 'Pretty Vacant' and other top tunes, as bands mingled, merged and unwound. It was as is apparent a top evening all round, and just the kind of booze-fuelled, guitar-fest send-off our heroic landlord wanted. Nottingham's loss is Sheffield's gain...
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