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Hair Of The Dog! 14/10/17

At their peak, Nazareth were huge, selling vast quantities of albums and hit singles, pulling in enormous crowds to their shows all over the world. Like all the best bands, Nazareth came from humble roots. They formed in Dunfermline, Scotland, and played the Scottish clubs throughout the 1960’s in their original incarnation as The Shadettes. The name change to Nazareth came in 1971 when the band moved to London to start what was to become a long and illustrious recording career. Fast forward 46 years to last night and London's 229 The Venue, Great Portland Street, where the current line up consisting of Pete Agnew - bass, Lee Agnew - drums

Jimmy Murrison - guitar and Carl Sentance - vocals, pumped out all their classics including 'Hair of the Dog', 'Love Hurts', 'My White Bicycle', 'This Flight Tonight', 'Dream On', 'Where Are You Now' and 'Razamanaz', but no 'Woke Up This Morning' and 'Bad Bad Boy'. With great support from Death & the Miser, check out today's Video Of The Day with more photos to come.

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