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Glenn and Nine Below Zero as the Co-Operative

Glenn and Nine Below Zero are doing a handful of gigs together this May as the Co-Operative:

Thu 10th May - The Citadel - St Helens
Fri 11th May - The Sugarmill - Stoke Tel: 0115 9454 593
Sat 12th May - The Wilde Theatre - South Hill Park, Bracknell 01344 484 123
Fri 18th May - Waterside Arts Centre - Sale
Sat 19th May - Lansdown Hall - Stroud

‘The Co-Operative’ is the first collaboration between Glenn Tilbrook, the amazing frontman of Squeeze, and the fantastic blues band, Nine Below Zero.

They have recently released a self-titled album, which includes five new songs, three covers, and three instrumentals.

Clearly, for Glenn and Nine Below Zero, playing is all about enjoying the moment and it’s that desire and enthusiasm that sets them apart from so many of their peers. When you hear the set, you will see and hear a mix of Co-Operative, Nine Below Zero, Glenn Tilbrook and Squeeze songs. It doesn’t sound like either a Glenn Tilbrook gig or Nine Below Zero, but rather it’s a co-operative!

Whether they are playing to a room of 50 people or a festival crowd, The Co-Operative get a huge buzz from playing and making music which marks them out as performers to be cherished.

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Saw them at The Citadel (didn't realise at the time that it was their first gig together!), they were fantastic. Took all of 1 second to appreciate that this was indeed a cooperative and not Nine Below Zero with Glenn Tillbrook or vice versa but a complete group. Thoroughly enjoyed it as did everyone there, it seemed to be over in no time and that's usually a good sign. Was hoping to hear their versions of Annie Get Your Gun, Rockin' Robin and Is That Love but maybe they'll consider adding these to their set - just me being self indulgent.

If you get the chance to see them, don't miss out.

May 17, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohn

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