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Recommended: Guns 2 Roses rock out at Canvas

After a triumphant move to Canvas last July, and a spook-tacular ‘Highway to Hell’ Halloween event at the same venue, the Steamhouse crew are ready to rock once again.

They’ve secured a number of dates at the Poole Hill venue – Bournemouth’s only loft bar – and the first event takes place this Friday, February 2.

It’s the perfect way to rock away the January blues and celebrate the fact that there are still A FEW live music venues in Bournemouth. Canvas is famed for its excellent management and super sound system. Add the three decades of experience of the Steamhouse crew, plus drinks deals, quality bands, six hours of singalong anthems and shots girls. It’s the perfect recipe for a memorable night out.

Head honcho Jeff Keenan said he made the move across town to Bournemouth’s Soho district due to the growing reputation of Canvas as a quality club. The emphasis is on fun.

“The Steamhouse music is, and always will be big commercial catchy rock anthems that everyone loves and wants to sing out loud. We also give you the chance to make complete fools of yourselves along with being able to make a fool of me, as I don’t take myself seriously. Plus, having customers that totally “get” what we are about,” he said.

Headlining this week are Guns 2 Roses, who are known all over the world for their authentic performances. So authentic, in fact, that they toured with the real thing three times.

Gigging since 2002, they know the Guns N Roses repertoire inside out – also expect some surprises, songs the band performed live that never made it to an album.

Guns 2 Roses will be ably supported by MotorLizzy; so expect rock anthems from the 1970s to date.

Tickets cost £8 and are available from www.canvasbournemouth.com.

 

“I am known for loving ACDC and have played Whole Lotta Rosie on every Steamhouse night that I’ve ever played.

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