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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 117

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(MJ Hibbett & The Validators FACT, November 28th 2014)

Hello all, and welcome to this PRE-TOUR edition of the newsletter. We've got singles, albums and squirrels to talk about this time, so let's get to it!

Monday 1 December - The Bicycle Shop, Norwich
On tour with Gavin Osborn

Tuesday 2 December - Nook Cafe, Northampton
With Gavin Osborn and Jurassic Park: The Musical

Wednesday 3 December - Rose And Crown, London
With Gavin Osborn - this gig is SOLD OUT, amazingly, and there won't be any tickets on the door - sorry!

Thursday 11 December - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic with Frankie Machine and Chris T-T.

Check for more information.

The current series of Totally Acoustic finishes this month with a Christmas Special featuring Frankie Machine and Chris T-T, but we'll be back next year for another series of ROCK DELIGHT. In the meantime you can find all the past podcasts, including our most recent with Pete Green and Martin Austwick, right HERE:

Mine and The Validators' new Christmas song "Easy Christmas" will be available via our bandcamp page on December 8th and I'll be adding it to the "Christmas Selection Box" album the same day. There'll be a VIDEO too - full details to follow in a big mailout on the 8th!

We recorded "Easy Christmas" last weekend at Snug in Derby, along with the start of a whole new ALBUM - we've got about seven new songs done so far, and it's sounding GRATE!

Steve and I are up to our necks in rehearsals for our new Fringe show "Hey Hey 16K". We're hoping to do a full three week run in Edinburgh next year and have applied to The Free Fringe to do so, but before that we're doing two nights at the Leicester Comedy Festival. You can find tickets HERE:

"Make a Mixtape" is a lovely new fanzine which asks people in bands to, basically, do them a mixtape. The first issue features ME along with all sorts of fabulous indie types, and you can read all about it HERE:

I wrote a song ages ago about how we need to save the Red Squirrel, for possible use in a documentary. I don't think I got into the film, but I did get onto their webpage, HERE:

And I think that's more than enough for now - thanks for listening!



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