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Big thanks to all who came along in December for a storming end of the year at Solid Hit. Another absolutely brilliant set from Ted Massey.

Onto 2014 & the next Solid Hit will be on 7th February with Residents Des Parker, Stuart Tyler, Shane Cox & Dave Greenhill.

100% 60s Northern Underplayed, semi knowns + quality old favourites in an atmospheric basement bar. Great wooden dance floor throughout & friendly crowd. If you want to hear some thing a bit different (60s Northern wise) you need to come to Solid Hit.

Shooting Star

125 Middlesex Street

London...

E1 7JF

8pm — 1am £5

Just 3 minutes from Liverpool Street Station

Unfortunately cannot add a map, I don't know why ?

We are 3 minutes from Liverpool Street Mainline station. Come out of the main entrance, cross the road, walk past the police station 50 yards in front there is a right turn with Dirty Dicks & Woodin Shades Pubs on opposite corners. Take the right turn (Middlesex Street) & The Shooting Star is 50 yards down on the right hand side. The venue is down stairs.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Dave


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We are all booked to come over see you in less than three weeks  :yes:

 

Dave we are staying over abit longer so could be a Greenwich get together  :lol: sx

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Yep definately up for that Sharnya, look forward to seeing you back in Solid Hits basement xx 

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Having had to miss the last instalment of Solid Hit......Am chomping at the bit for Friday.....Bring it on!

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It was good music last night and my friends enjoyed it, in fact Wendy was the first person to dance. However my criticism is that the music was too loud, it hurt my ears and I wasn't the only person who felt it was too loud, one chap had earplugs. Perhaps next time turn the volume down slightly. It wasn't as if there were so many people talking that the music was inaudible.

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Only just got back from London now and just want to say what a great night indeed and can't wait for April, bring it on or what  :thumbup: .

 

During whose set was the person wearing earplugs :rofl:  . SX

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The person concerned wore earplugs through all sets. They removed them when they left.

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Point taken sir, sometimes we get a bit too enthusiastic, possibly on this occasion with the volume control - We really want to do a good job, so if ever you feel there's an issue, let one of us know - I know we all feel passionate about running a good night, with your enjoyment being paramount. I must admit that I probably didn't notice as I'm used to people having ear plugs in during my sets - lol!!!

 

Thanks for taking the time to pass on your honest criticisms as well as the praise

 

Des

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Thanks for taking my comments in the spirit intended. It is difficult sometimes to get it right. When there a loads of people sometimes the volume of them talking can stop you hearing the music at venues. Happened to  me recently, I just couldn't work out what the records were until someone told me.

 

I do understand from yourself and other friends how hard work it is to put on a soul night, i doubt if I've got the temperament to do it. 

 

Keep up your good work.

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