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News:The Popes frontman and songwriter, Paul 'Mad Dog' McGuinness hit by car

On Thursday the 21st November 2013 Paul was knocked down by a car in London.

As of the 12th January 2014 Paul is making slow but steady progress

Paul has been transfered to The Homerton Hospital, and while still in the acute section temporarily, now awaits a transfer to the General Ward when a bed comes available.

Pauls Family, Friends and Band Members would like to thank you all for your prayers and thoughts.

Please keep Paul in your prayers for a swift and speedy recovery

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Forthcoming Events

11 April - Rory McLeod (UK) @ Polish Club Hobart
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3 May - Old Man Luedecke (Can) @ Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
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Stefan Grossman Tour 2014

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Regular Events:

Acoustic Thursday at Doctor Syntax
139 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay
7.30pm 2nd Thursday
Anchored by The Devils Own, the Folk Night has open mic spots available. New performers welcome.

Fourth Thursday at Doctor Syntax
from 7pm

27 March Twice Bitten

Songwriters Circle

Polish Club Hobart, 20 New Town Road, New Town
7.30pm (2nd Tuesday)
For songwriters old and new, poets and all. Bring your new song or reprise an old song, write to the theme of the month or come to absorb.

Corrib Gas Song

Youtube video- a song about the struggle against Shell by the Shell to Sea campaigners in Ireland.