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BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

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ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260



BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog)

ALASDAIR ROBERTS
SPECIAL GUESTS
Dingwalls
Thursday 16 August 2007

£15.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TOOMUCHTOLOVE, WWW.DRAGCITY.COM/BANDS/SMOG.HTML

BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) radiates a peculiarly male energy: an unspecified kind of careworn rage, an acute sense of restlessness. As an autobiographer, Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity, a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer-songwriting. Boasting the propulsive, glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty, BILL CALLAHAN (Smog) manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments. With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh-Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church, the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton, and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren,

plus special guests

www.ticketweb.co.uk
TEL – 08700 600 100

www.seetickets.com
TEL – 0871 2200260







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