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Miki Berenyi
Go on then, I'll have a half. Ex-Lush chanteuse and 12-string strummer
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Miki Berenyi 11m
Replying to @nlambrianou
Hmmm... don't see a Brum gig - Wolverhampton Foxes?
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Replying to @Phelimo
Looks great - is that a special important people only preview?
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Miki Berenyi 27m
Replying to @StuartMutler
Hey! Hello Stuart!
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Miki Berenyi 33m
Replying to @Phelimo
Oooh - what's the movie?
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Miki Berenyi 2h
Replying to @nerans1
Yeah - got there in the end!
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Miki Berenyi 2h
Replying to @suburbankid76
Cool!
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Miki Berenyi 2h
Replying to @darrenmjones
Mick Conroy of Modern English also played in Stereolab, Moose and at the last Lush show in Manchester!
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Miki Berenyi 3h
Replying to @berenyi_miki
6/6 …a very early incarnation of Stereolab. On 2nd guitar - Russell Yates, singer from Moose. And just to bring this all bang up to date, my bloke KJ McKillop (also Moose), is back on form in the new band project I'm involved in – to be announced soon!
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Miki Berenyi 3h
Replying to @berenyi_miki
5/6 Dempsey (from 1/6) was the original bass player with Gallon Drunk, and Earls of Suave keyboard player Max Décharné was Gallon Drunk’s drummer – GD supported Lush on tour in 1991, and here, at The Tabernacle in West London. First band on that night was...
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Miki Berenyi 3h
Replying to @berenyi_miki
4/6 First saw Deb (The Headcoatees, now in Ye Nuns with ex-Echobelly Debbie Smith) singing with the X-Men (Clarendon, Jan ’84). Drummer Tom went on to play guitar with Th’ Faith Healers (toured with Lush in '90), which had Joe Dilworth (Stereolab) on drums.
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Miki Berenyi 3h
Replying to @berenyi_miki
3/6 George Robey, July 87. Bal Croce (The Sting-Rays) and Johnny (again) in Ug and the Cavemen - I was in support band The Bugs, having replaced original (double) bass player Lloyd Tripp - who was also in The Vibes and appeared in that same Colourbox video!
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Miki Berenyi 3h
Replying to @berenyi_miki
2/6 1986. Johnny was the guitarist in The Purple Things (often played with MBV in the early days), previously The Vibes. Singer Gary Boniface went on to form Terminal Cheesecake with drummer John Jobbagy - who once appeared in a (4AD) Colourbox video!
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Miki Berenyi 3h
1/6 Here’s a rambling journey through the incestuous London music scene as it was… Apr ’92 - The Earls of Suave - here John Rowland, Debbie Green, Bal Croce and (in the mirror) Paul Dempsey - backstage at The Africa Centre in Covent Garden, supporting SUEDE!
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Miki Berenyi 6h
And always so so funny too!
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Miki Berenyi 6h
Replying to @flatfoot53
Always loved playing First Ave... Excellent fun!
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Miki Berenyi 6h
Replying to @RomfordReject
Nice one!
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Miki Berenyi 18h
Replying to @NickyNailz
Sure can! It was exciting and scary and weird and too hot sometimes and difficult when your drink had been spiked the night before with chocolate mescalin and funny and silly and great and sometimes frustrating and bad and mad.
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Miki Berenyi Jul 17
Replying to @Desko2000 @ststerling
Oh dear - now there's no need for that, is there
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Miki Berenyi Jul 17
What a great place to celebrate it!
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Miki Berenyi Jul 17
Oh - no wonder! It was my 25th birthday!!!!
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