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Go Go children 11th Birthday! - BRISTOL



Go Go children 11th Birthday!

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After the success of our first night at this new venue we will be back at the exchange for our 11th birthday in Febuary.
For those that didnt make it The Exchange is a live venue with a fantastic sound system, wooden dancefloor, friendly staff and security and It has a seperate bar area with room for record dealers. As its smaller than Fiddlers there will only be 150 adv tickets available on line at the bristol ticket shop  (link below) John's shop 'Wanted records' in bristol or from myself and Nicci out and about  at £12 each. 
Thttps://www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwl9zdBRDgARIsAL5Nyn2givTFT7NeLpgpkYZMVM8roQewAaU1puvaPuAe3gY97WbtaV_OcpIaAmVhEALw_wcB There is limited free parking on old market st and castle park but cheap secure all night parking at the cabot circus multi storey at the end of the M32 for £2 and only 5 minutes walk from the club.
Music policy is rnb, northern and funky edged soul all on original vinyl both underplayed classics and lesser known.
 Guest djs are Sean Chapman, Jordan wilson, Gav Arno,  Neil Taylor and Paul Grant joining residents John Stapleton, Dr Pickles and myself.

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The first guest DJ we have at our 11 birthday was the first guest DJ we ever had play for us back on our first birthday a decade ago! A DJ who's played all our previous venues so it seems right that Sean Chapman should get behind the decks at our new home.
  Seans never been afraid of digging deep into his collection and trying new things whether that be at the biggest northern oldies events or on the mod circuit at nights such as his own constantly sold out event 'out of time'
  One of the hardest working and we'll respected DJS out there it's taken us a couple of years to get him back and is just so right it should be a decade after he first filled our dancefloor 😊

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The other four guest djs joining us will all be playing gogo for the first time. Our next dj was the first to confirm after attending our last allnighter back in September. Paul Grant will be coming over from Ireland where he is resident for the pow city soul club. A well respected dj who's already played all over the uk and Europe including the last manchester and hamburg weekenders, so very pleased to get him over to gogo, expect a mix of quality soul whether it be rnb northern or funky edged he's gonna smash it!

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I first heard our third guest dj play at an allnighter the night they filmed 'that' shredded wheat commercial a few years back and can remember being impressed with not just his tunes but his passion and confidence behind the decks and he was still a teenager. Fast forward a few years and Jordan Wilson through that passion and hard work has now played at some of the biggest events both in the uk and Europe, and has got a playbox better than some twice his age and is promoter  of his own allnighter in Wigan where there are ques to get in. Although largely known for oldies Jordan has been playing alternative rooms too of late where I caught him at Worcester recently playing a great set of uptempo soul that was largely new to me so really looking forward to his debut spot at gogo... bring on the future.

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We tried to get our 4th guest dj to play September's allnighter but as we were late confirming it was going to happen he was already busy so very pleased to get him to our birthday shindig instead.
  I heard Neil Taylor play at the 'lets dance some mo' Chester alldayer recently where he played a brilliant set of uptempo dancers, rnb, northern funk,  classics current and some I didn't know, perfect for us. He's also playing the xmas twisted grooves party in Dec at the nags head in manchester where hes also played for different strokes in the past so about time we had him in bristol for his debut at gogo, yet another beltin set guaranteed 😊

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60s Rnb has always been a big part of gogo children. From the days when people incorrectly thought that's all we played to now when some say we don't play enough!  Whatever your opinions on that we always try to get one RnB specialist to guest dj. Following on from Mace last time we have for our fifth and final guest dj another resident from the uk premier rnb/mod event 'Pow Wow' in Sheffield Mr Gav Arno. Aswell as the UK Gav has played at all the major European rnb/mod events. This is gonna be educational aswell as entertaining!  Can't wait

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Two thirds of tickets have gone... still a few weeks left

Will have them for sale at empty bottles tomorrow and bolton next week otherwise check the event for the link to the on line shop

Next gogo is not till august so don't miss this one! 


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