Monday, 28 November 2016

Honey G

The controversy that is Honey G is now over but now it's time to get back to live music with meaning and it's the big one for SERIOUS CHORD SQUAD this week, supporting FROM THE JAM at G-LIVE in GUILDFORD this Friday 2nd DECEMBER. We're all really looking forward to this one. Big stage, big P.A. big venue.
We had a warm up gig last Friday that went really well. although, the original gig in Ascot was cancelled we managed to get another gig at the CEDAR TREE in Bagshot at Short Notice. Some people from Ascot even travelled over to see us.
The Squad at The Cedar Tree, Bagshot

A quick plug for THE MONDAY MOD SHOW on RADIO WOKING. the show hosted by SEAN COOKE is back after a short break every Monday from 6pm-8pm. It's on Radio Woking an that can be found on DAB (if you live in the Woking area) or internet radio - Just search for "Radio Woking." Sean always plays a track by SERIOUS CHORD SQUAD on his show. Big thanks to Sean.

Sunday, 20 November 2016

Serious Chord Squad Gig - This Week

Serious Chord Squad have a gig this coming week after a bit of a hiatus. It's been nice to have a couple of Saturdays off to recharge the batteries and do something a bit different. But, we'll be appearing in Ascot this Friday. Maybe a couple of new songs if you're lucky.

FRIDAY 25th NOVEMBER 2016
THE STAG
63 HIGH STREET 
ASCOT
BERKSHIRE
SL5 7HP

8pm - 11pm Free Admission. All the usual top mod tunes. The Who, Small Faces, The Kinks, The Jam plus some Northern Soul and Soul tunes.
                                                                                                       
Don't forget The BIG date for your diary when we support FROM THE JAM at G-LIVE in GUILDFORD on FRIDAY 2nd DECEMBER.


Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Serious Chord Squad Review

Recently a review of a live gig that SERIOUS CHORD SQUAD performed when supporting GENO WASHINGTON at THE HALF MOON in Putney.

The support band were also worthy of a mention, they are called The Serious Chord Squad, four guys, probably in their forties, who played nineteen sixties numbers. They were extremely good musicians and were tight (well rehearsed anyway); the bass player had a nice loose jazz style and the vocalist had a good range and a nice singing voice.  The drummer was steady and the lead guitarist was proficient.  They were singing sixties covers, but doing so with their own little twists, so it wasn't an attempt to be a tribute act of any sort. A good band, I would travel to see them again.



The solo project is gathering momentum. Last week I had a full rehearsal going through songs that would stand up and likely to be recorded. It went really well another rehearsal booked for next month and a day in the studio has been booked for February.