Volume 90, Issue 90

Friday, March 14, 1997




The Immigrants migrate to The Spoke tonight, bringing with them their unique Celtic stylings. The band merges Celtic punk with Blue Rodeo-inspired pop, augmenting the fiddling talents of Paul Hogeterp with the rhythms of Fred Geus and the melodious singing of Pete Zantingh and Rob van Hartingsveldt. The Immigrants have appeared on various television and radio programs and have played many festivals including Toronto's North by Northeast Festival. The band is on tour supporting their latest CD, In Between Before And After.



Call The Office Fat Cats

Johnny's Rocket Room: Someone w/ Unlayden Swallows

– Moist ticket stub will get you

in for free (yippee!)

The Spoke: The Immigrants

The Whippet Lounge: Sid Haven w/ Devlin's Way and

The Ghoul

The 'Wick: Swetch


Call The Office: Rusty w/ Smoother

The Embassy: Acid Mudflower w/ Race and

Storm Without Cease

Johnny's Rocket Room: The Id

The Whippet Lounge: Gael Face

The 'Wick: Fink


The 'Wick: Ronnie James Trio

To Contact The Entertainment Department: gazent@julian.uwo.ca

Copyright The Gazette 1997