From: Spyboy Info [info_at_spyboy_dot_co_dot_uk]
Sent: 15 February 2010 07:07
Subject: Last chance for £10.00 and Free Spyboy tickets

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Hello and a reminder that 2010 sees 10 years of Spyboy shows at the Hailsham Pavilion
and throughout the year there will be a number of special opportunities for our regular supporters.....
The first being for those of you that have left email addresses - You can now buy tickets for our next show on Saturday 20th February (Chris Jagger’s Atcha and the Spikedrivers - details below) at the special rate
of £10.00 (instead of the usual price of £18.50)
They are ONLY obtainable by replying to this email......
(Contact info_at_spyboy_dot_co_dot_uk) - (Please do not contact the Pavilion Box Office)
I realise some of you will have paid full price for your tickets and if so I will match
the number you have bought with a similar number of complimentary tickets
so that you can bring friends along (let me know your ticket numbers and we will
try to get you sitting together).....
And to continue the celebrations.....there will be a draw at the Chris Jagger show
to produce TEN lucky winners who will be given FREE TICKETS for the Martyn Joseph concert on Saturday 6th March.....
Thanks again and hope to see you on the 20th......
Chris Jagger's Band - Atcha
with special guests The Spikedrivers

Chris Jagger the rocking, reeling younger brother of Rolling Stone Mick,
brings his band Atcha for a welcome return visit to the Pavilion.
Chris is joined by his long time cohort Charlie Hart, a roots rock champion from his days with Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance on keyboards, fiddle and squeezebox; snappy drummer Malcolm Mortimer (ex Frankie Miller and Ian Dury), and Malcolm's son and young guitar prodigy, Jim Mortimer.
Special guests are The Spikedrivers.....
Guitarist Ben Tyzack was raised in the deep south of the United States,
Constance Redgrave who plays bass comes from Los Angeles, whilst drummer Maurice McElroy grew up in Belfast.
Together they make up one of the most original, innovative and exciting bands around, combining gutsy slide guitar, rock-solid bass and infectious grooves with highly distinctive vocals.
They'll take you on a journey, from southern juke-joints and lazy front porches to the huge open spaces of dust bowls and railroad tracks.
Further details on this and all spyboy shows at
Picture shows Chris Jagger with brother Mick.....