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Sunday, April 26, 2015


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Having missed out on Triggerfinger last December in London, I was over the moon with excitement when I saw they were playing my favourite venue Garage in my hometown Bergen, on a weekend I'd already booked a ticket to go home. Faith you say? Obviously.

After a few whiskey sours at home, we arrived just in time for the last song of support band Shaman Elephant, which I’m gutted to have missed out on as they sounded great. I couldn’t find any of their songs online, but I’ll keep my eyes peeled and follow them on facebook for future updates.
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A few pints later (Yes – I’VE LEARNED TO LIKE BEER!!) It was showtime. I’m pretty sure silver fox frontman Ruben Block is the reason groupies got invented, as even my straight bearded friend took a fancy to him.

Their set was absolutely spot on, with songs like ”Camaro”,”All this dancin’ around”, ”Is it”, and ”First taste”, and I wish the gig never would have ended. Ruben Block took the lead and did most of the talking, while their eccentric drummer Mario Goossens was licking his drums with excitement and bassist Paul Van Bruystegem kept cool and quiet as bassists tend to do. Fingers crossed they’ll be back on the road soon, as I can’t wait to see them again!
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