Though the wedding season is underway, we headed down to the beautiful village of Ash in Kent to play a sixtieth birthday party. The sun was shining, and it was one of those beautiful cloudless skies that we used to get a lot of in the Summer before global warming.
2017. A new year. The LJs rebooted. Announcing newest members of the band Eloise Smith, Rosie Mark and Tom Clare.
This is not the end of The Junkies, however it is the end of an era. Last night at the Dover Cruise Terminal we said goodbye to our founder members, Rozz and Marcus as the pair stepped down from the band to concentrate on their solo material.
Not really dropping. More like enjoying the hell out of it all. Now, thank you and a very good night. Happy gig at The Anchor in Wingham.
A busy summer Wedding season gets underway with a lovely day and a favour for an old friend.
A great night, a great hotel right in the heart of London and lovely to get The Love Junkies Big Band out again. Thanks to all our excellent players.
The last Love Junkies gig before Christmas, and we’re stepping into it, big time, at the beautiful Science Theatre in Salomons Estate writes Jake Willson Christmas is definitely in the air: people are dressing up for parties, wrapping presents, drinking heavily and stuffing big fat birds (oo er). Among the bustle of Christmas fayre, one facet of […]
On Saturday we got to play at Poppies, Camden Town, a most excellent fish n chips emporium that expanded out of Spitalfields last year. The premise is fairly simple, music, fish n chips and dancing. Sounds kinda weird but it works. We found some hats. A French John Travolta and the diners were lovin’ the […]
Wifi passwords. Sheesh. I don’t know how many gigs we’ve been to where there’s a wifi connection, but they just never work. Got us thinking about why the hell this is? Why isn’t it as simple as plugging into the mains? Why does there always need to be a sodding password!? Tonight’s delightful cipher is […]
These days Love Junkies blog posts may be something of a rarity. That’s not to say we don’t have anything to share – if anything we have too much. Even after we’ve cleaned it up a bit. It’s just that, well the prose has been lacking of late.