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School's out at Ace Space





SCHOOL is almost out for the summer and Ace Space in Newbury wants you to go along to their end of term party.


The evening will celebrate the end of another year at the St Nicolas Road music and arts venue.
Adam Kotz from Ace Space, whose band Case Hardin will be headlining the party said that he was encouraging everybody to go along.
He said: “I think it will be a really interesting evening for people who like local talent and original music.
“People can come and celebrate another year.”
Case Hardin, fronted by singer-songwriter Pete Gow is set to release their second full-length studio album on Clubhouse Records, Every Dirty Mirror, released in September.
It follows on from their much acclaimed 2007 album, Some Tunes For Charlie Spencer.
Mr Kotz said: “We are not kidding ourselves that we can make a massive success out of it but we really enjoy it.
“We get out and about (to play gigs) as much as we can.”
Case Hardin will be joined on the evening by Des Simmons and the Hired Hands and Rick Green from Thatcham-based Sticks and Strings.
Mr Kotz added: “We are trying to encourage people to support live music and original live music.
“People are out of the habit of going to live music.
“The whole country is aware of this and musicians are aware of this.
“People are going out less.
“That’s why we are trying to encourage local artists.
It’s growing and growing; there’s a big demand for local low level but quality and original music.”
The gig at Ace Space takes place on Friday, July 20.
Tickets cost £5 in advance or £6 on the door and can be booked by calling 07905 590214 or from Hogan Music in Craven Road or Jacqui’s store in Blenheim Road



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