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25 January 2005 - Bodega Gig Guide

25 January 2006

BODEGA GIG GUIDE UPDATE - As at

* Please note that this supersedes the gig listing dated 17 January 2006

W25 Random Rock Wednesday - Das Ben (solo accoustic) and Prion (3 peice band playing pop with a dark twist)

T 26 Rock 'n' Roll Thursday

F 27 Reggae - One Vibe (Nelson) with Hikokoi Reserve

S 28 Street Credentialz CD Release

The Wanderers, D-Lo Squad, Chozin Few, Xhale, Dj Myrikal, Beatbutcher & more

S 29 Open Mic from 8.00pm - Bands, Jams, Solo Accoustic - Free Entry

M 30 Listening Post - BYO Vinyl, CDs, DVDs, IPODs etc etc etc - 8.00pm - Free Entry

T 31 "Beats and Bubbles" - Eighties trash, electro, rock n roll, classic hip hop, alt country & reggae beats - Free Entry

W 1 Gobsmakt, Captain Sergeant Major and Gugonix

Room 101: Flaming Door - Gypsy duo featuring Bernard Wells and Peter Daly

T2 Punk Night featuring Cop Car and guests

Room 101 - DOCH (Aussie) - A slew of brilliantly delivered Eastern European songs and gypsy dances

F3 Iron Maiden Tribute Band

Room 101: Bing Turkby and guests - Inventive, cleverly self-deprecating crap which lifts it into a different league

S4 The Rabble (Auck), The War Within, 5th Threat and Badtown

S5 Josh Owens Band - Aussie - Massive funk, roots and reggae - very fat and something you don't want to miss.

M6 Totally Gordeous - Four piece Aussie band playing gourd based instruments

T7 "Beats and Bubbles" - Eighties trash, electro, rock n roll, classic hip hop, alt country & reggae beats - Free Entry

W8 Random Rock Wednesday - Mad Max and guests - Free entry

Room 101: Dargaville - The big folk mash up

T9 Rock n Roll Club: Crypt Kicker 3

F10

S11 Ritalin, Not Quite Right, No Love Lost, Not OK, Not With You

S12 Yes Charlotte National Tour - Charlotte Yates

M13 Listening Post - BYO Vinyl, CDs, DVDs, IPODs etc etc etc - 8.00pm - Free Entry

T14 "Beats and Bubbles" - Eighties trash, electro, rock n roll, classic hip hop, alt country & reggae beats - Free Entry

W15 Random Rock Wednesday - Bodega has supported original NZ music for 14 years

T16 Marystaple

Room 101 - Serenna - Goth night

F17 Dukes of Leisure

Room 101 - Tahuna Breaks (Auck) Funk, Reggae, Roots band

S18 All Ages Show 6pm - Die Die Die and guests (Full line up and giveaways to be announced)

10pm R18 Show - Die Die Die and guests (Full line up and giveaways to be announced)

ENDS

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