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2 hours ago, ramragon said:

Well that's Xmas out the way so time to put some pen to paper and work out some band's for the list before the official announcement. It was early last year compared to previous years so get guessing !

When was it last year Ram? I’ve forgotten

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I’ve just bought tickets so anytime soon would be nice :-)

£313 for 2 tickets, not including Thursday or emperors. Ouch !

Hope Craig Charles makes a return. That must be a couple of years he’s been missing.

Think they’ll book the Gerry Cinammon fella for here and their Scottish adventure where they have grass - Electric Fields.

 

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Well Liam Gallagher is being listed on songkick for Kendal, no idea if that site is accurate or not. 

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6 hours ago, thetime said:

Well Liam Gallagher is being listed on songkick for Kendal, no idea if that site is accurate or not. 

Wouldn’t be surprised mate but no idea on songkick.

Him and the Libertines seem a good fit for KC and can’t see how he would cost more the Noel did.

Im keeping my fingers crossed for Chic. Have seen them a couple of times already at festivals but they would be perfect for the fields.

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On 29/12/2017 at 8:40 AM, thetime said:

Well Liam Gallagher is being listed on songkick for Kendal, no idea if that site is accurate or not. 

Unfortunately untrue from what I’m hearing . Pretty solid info but you never know ! 

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Chic

MGMT

Liam Gallagher

Courteeners

Cabbage

The Blinders

Idles

Shimmer Band

Fatboy Slim

Kodaline

The Big Moon

Circa Waves

Miles Kane

Proletariat

Queen Zee and the Sasstones

Shed 7

Pigeon Detectives 

The Cribs

Twin Atlantic

Foals

 

 

 

 

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Just been catching up with Hootenanny Jools show.

The Beat got a new album coming out and they were decent at electric fields last summer.

2pm slot main stage.

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9 hours ago, Comfy Bean said:

The Beat got a new album coming out and they were decent at electric fields last summer.

No idea how the legals between them stand, but I reckon Wakling's got a huge cheek nicking the name that Roger has spent decades adding value to while Wakling has been in the states.

And on Jools they were very obviously the inferior version. 

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1 hour ago, eFestivals said:

No idea how the legals between them stand, but I reckon Wakling's got a huge cheek nicking the name that Roger has spent decades adding value to while Wakling has been in the states.

And on Jools they were very obviously the inferior version. 

It is what it is and as far as I’m aware it’s all sorted.

They both play the same songs and the Jools version are looking to move on with a new record. Everyone who’s seen both agrees with you on who’s best but the Jools version we’re booked for EF and did a decent job in an afternoon slot.

Theres enough go to KC that like that sort of thing, chai wallahs always book lots similar.

Talking of which, trombone shorty would be amazing in there but no idea on cost.

Edited by Comfy Bean

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38 minutes ago, Comfy Bean said:

It is what it is and as far as I’m aware it’s all sorted.

is it?

I realise that they've both come from the same place and historically they might have equal rights to the name - or Wakeling even have greater rights - but Wakeling has been in the states and it's Roger who's kept the name alive AND enhanced it.

And Wakeling has changed the name he's using since the summer, to make it the same as the Roger version (which it's not been for more than a decade, even on the few occasions Wakeling came to the UK).

Wakeling's website has them as 'the english beat' (the name used in the USA). On Jools they were "The Beat".
http://www.davewakeling.com/

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Aye at EF they were Dave wakelings the beat.

I assume the long winded name was to differentiate between the 2 and get round any legals.

Since they were booked and performed I assumed this was all good and with a new album I’m guessing they will be out and about in the summer.

Maybe they could support one of the ub40’s :-)

Edited by Comfy Bean

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To be thinned down a bit but I'll plug for 

Shed 7

Kaiser chiefs
Blossoms
Cabbage
Liam Gallagher
Detroit social club
Pigeon Detectives
The libertines
Space
Peter hook and the light 
Kate Tempest
Rae Morris
The Wombats
Sleeper
Alabama 3
Stranglers
Fratellis 
Plan B
The Beat
The farm
Dappy
Brian Ferry 

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On 1/5/2018 at 6:52 PM, ramragon said:

Shed 7

pretty sure they're going to be seen just about everywhere next summer.

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1 hour ago, eFestivals said:

pretty sure they're going to be seen just about everywhere next summer.

That’s a good thing. :wub:

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14 hours ago, eFestivals said:

pretty sure they're going to be seen just about everywhere next summer.

 

Certainly hope so.

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LG
Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot
Ashcroft
Jamie T
Shed seven
Travis
Libertines
Pale waves
Sherlocks
Beans on toast
Sam fender
Night cafe
Twin Atlantic
Paris youth foundation
Chvrches
Amazons
Shimmer band
Wombats
Wolf alice
Vaccines
Tom grennan
Spring king
Ratboy
Bloxx
Maximo park
Ten tonnes



 

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6 minutes ago, Liam Hall said:

LG
Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot
Ashcroft
Jamie T
Shed seven
Travis
Libertines
Pale waves
Sherlocks
Beans on toast
Sam fender
Night cafe
Twin Atlantic
Paris youth foundation
Chvrches
Amazons
Shimmer band
Wombats
Wolf alice
Vaccines
Tom grennan
Spring king
Ratboy
Bloxx
Maximo park
Ten tonnes



 

chemical brothers mate

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On 1/9/2018 at 10:49 AM, Liam Hall said:

LG

I've just had the definitive on that from a man who knows, and that's definitely not happening.

But the hotpots probably are. :P

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3 hours ago, eFestivals said:

I've just had the definitive on that from a man who knows, and that's definitely not happening.

But the hotpots probably are. :P

You’ve only just found that out .......... !!?? That’s like November news ! 

and as for the hotpots! Predictable as ever ! Disgraceful that they play every year 

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9 hours ago, LOCHLAND5 said:

You’ve only just found that out .......... !!??

I've only just had that definitive word given to me. I didn't ever think it likely, when Liam has big shows in Manc and Glasgow.

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whens the closing date for this years guesses? might have a go and then buy someone a pint at the festival now I've actually booked my tickets

 

just wouldn't be the same without doing Kendal Calling,  

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1 hour ago, eFestivals said:

I've only just had that definitive word given to me. I didn't ever think it likely, when Liam has big shows in Manc and Glasgow.

Doing parklife though so im hearing 

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9 hours ago, thurlow84 said:

whens the closing date for this years guesses? might have a go and then buy someone a pint at the festival now I've actually booked my tickets

 

just wouldn't be the same without doing Kendal Calling,  

I think you should get yours in soon mate. Not that I would ever nick any of your predictions :ph34r:

Ramrage normally calls the closing date. I wasn`t last, last year :D

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