LEAF HOUND get set to perform 'Growers of Mushroom' live for the first time ever Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 September 2011 17:56

We're not sure how much you guys and gals know about Leaf Hound, but they are best known for the album 'Growers Of Mushroom' which is a bonafide classic of 70's British underground rock scene.

 

That album has been cited by Classic Rock magazine as one of the most influential pieces of music on the stoner rock movement (even if the band themselves insist that are not stoner, yeah right guys mushroom growers and you're not stoner...OK.... right...), what's more it's the 40th anniversary of it's original release this year.  

 

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Anyway the band is planning to make history at The Borderline on 4th November when they play the whole album in its entirety for the first time ever live.  Support on the night is from Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, one of Rise Above's many excellent bands.

 

An original Decca vinyl copy on 'Growers of Mushroom' is one of the most rare collectable rock albums there is, and goes for about £3,500 on Ebay! But rest assured you won't need to pay that to get a ticket for this 'one of a kind' show.  Nah all you will need to part with experience the mighty Hound live is £12. 

 

Click on the link below to get your tickets now, as this is bound to sell out!!!!

 

http://venues.meanfiddler.com/borderline/listings/featured/4695

 

http://www.leafhound.net/