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Friars Watford

Thursday February 24th 1970

town hall, hempstead road, watford

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related friars history (click on date)
Steamhammer  Monday February 9th 1970

Ian Dury and the Blockheads (Mick Gallagher/John Turnbull)  Wednesday November 2nd 1977 Saturday May 27th 1978 Saturday January 5th 1980 Saturday November 15th 1980

Ian Dury and The Music Students (Mick Gallagher) Friday March 23rd 1984

Eurythmics (Mick Gallagher) Monday October 31st 1983

The Clash (Mick Gallagher) Saturday January 5th 1980

Glencoe (Norman Watt - Roy/John Turnbull) Saturday September 9th 1972  Saturday August 18th 1973

band line up
Martin Pugh  Mick Bradley Kieran White  Steve Davy
Mick Gallagher (keys/vocs) John Turnbull (guitars) Tom Duffy (bass) David Montgomery (drums)
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)





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what happened next
Steamhammer  Mick Bradley died in 1972. Kieran White died in 1995. Martin Pugh has recently started the Steamhammer website   

  Duster Bennett died in 1976

Arc/Bell and Arc had ended by 1971. Mick Gallagher and John Turnbull went to to eventually team up with Ian Dury in the Blockheads.                           

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