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Stamford favourites march on with live album

March To The Grave, from left, Stu Meadows, Andy Goodacre, Paul Selby and Rick Simpson EMN-141203-154758001

March To The Grave, from left, Stu Meadows, Andy Goodacre, Paul Selby and Rick Simpson EMN-141203-154758001

One of Stamford’s favourite bands has invited fans to play a part in its history by being in the audience for the recording of a live album.

March To The Grave, who are entering their 33rd year, will play at the Voodoo Lounge at Mama Liz’s from 8.30pm tomorrow (Saturday).

A mix of new songs and old favourites will be recorded on the night for the band’s first ever live album.

Singer Andy Goodacre said: “It’s a chance to be part of our history. Come along and help us make up the story.”

Voices shouting along to the band’s memorable range of tunes will of course be recorded on the album. But fans will be given another chance to become a permanent part of the band’s history.

Andy said: “We are videoing the whole night. We will be photographing people as they come in and go out, and will have some post-gig interviews.

“Everyone who attends will be included in a fold-out page in the hard copy of the release.”

On the night the band will release a 12” picture vinyl version of new EP The Raven Tapes. Songs from the four-track release will be included in the set.

And old videos of the band will be playing as a special treat for long-time fans.

Tickets are £5 in advance from www.WeGotTickets.com or £6 on the door.

 

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