Dirty Money [Americana]
Fabulous band good songs ,good sound balance all great musicians.
Driven by authorative bass and drums .
They played as if related in some way ........I personally think the bass guitar was a bit under powered with the feeble mc² in bridged mode 😆
Would love to see them again soon and I am making enquiries into booking them for my annual " find the marsupial" party in copplestone !Pablo Bayonet, Friday 27 May 2022
Typical, buy a stranger a snowball at the bar and he only gives one a "Brilliant (6)". MC2 is worth at least a 10. I spent hours wiring up that special bridge lead
It's to my eternal shame that I've never seen you guys before, so just a brief note to say how much I enjoyed your set at Gig In The Garden. I can't remember when I enjoyed seeing a local band that much - and I was sober! Great songs, great playing, and a really good sound for an outdoor gig, it's nice to see a band that doesn't play the same old 'classics', loved it! Cheers, Shaun
Shaun KellySunday 4 September 2011
Thanks Shaun, It's good to get some feedback and great to meet you guys after the gig. cheers, DM
Thanks to Mick, Paul, Rick and Joe for the impromptu freebie gig at the Bell, Kingsteignton on dec 27, you guys were brilliant. Tight and talented as ever, you gave us great entertainment and the Guinness flowed freely. I'm sorry about the annoying burke who kept getting up and attempting to play slide guitar with you, but you're bound to get snags. Cheers from chris and john
chris mannThursday 30 December 2010
Thanks Chris, 'twas a good way to end the year. See you soon. DM
Great to see Sarah Jory guesting on this gig on pedal steel and slide guitar. Fresh from touring with Van Morrison, she really set of some fireworks with this extremely accomplished band. What a coup for the bowling green!
Paul BryantSunday 10 October 2010
Hi again. The Beach, Exmouth, gig last Friday was great, as expected. I've now uploaded the videos to YouTube. Search for 'dirty money the beach exmouth'. Best wishes, Ian
Ian McLauchlinMonday 19 July 2010
Thanks Ian, much appreciated.