Double Dragon Plays Christmas Show Unplugged
Adelaide’s Double Dragon is set to unplug this weekend, thanks to circumstances leaving only two band members available to play their previously announced show. The band commented:
"We were booked in to play a xmas show at the Cavan Hotel this Saturday, but due to unforeseen circumstances, Roady cant make the show, but as ‘they say’ … the show must go on, and seeing its Christmas and all, Davin and Lee have decided they will play the show as a 2 piece, one microphone and an acoustic guitar and re-work Double Dragon songs and perform some of their favourite songs that have influenced the band over the years. Davin and Lee have been working hard all week, practicing every night to make sure that this will be a ‘Double Dragon’ show that you will not forget.”
"The show is on the 12/12/2009 @ The Cavan Hotel, Cavan, outside in the beer garden. There is lots of metal on before hand, The Scars, Splattergasm, Officer Down + more…
“In no particular order the songs they will be playing are:
Space They Cannot Touch ( KATE MILLER HEIDKE )
Prelude For The Damned
My Kantele ( AMORPHIS )
Black Sails Of Armageddon
Suicide Note Part 1 ( PANTERA – RIP BROTHER DIME! )
Dead But Still Killing
The Thunder Rolls ( GARTH BROOKES )
Down in a Hole ( ALICE IN CHAINS – RIP LAYNE! )
The Brother Slayer ( AMORPHIS )
"Double Dragon apologize for the fact we are not playing a set, but lets face it Adelaide has plenty of opportunity to see us most months, and we promise that Lee and Davin willl deliver the goods and give you a memorable show."
Source: Metal Obsession
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