(Have the nine of your life).
DJ Ade cheerfully agrees to play a requested track knowing that he was going to put AC/DC on anyway.
Sliced bread butter GF .50, highland beef burger chips.50, beetroot lentil burger chips V .50, the Scran Scallie steak pie.50, the Scran Scallie fish pie.00, fish chips, chunky tartare sauce.50 (v) denotes good karmal discount code vegetarian (gf) denotes gluten free.Crispy pig's ears pork scratchings.50, oysters, 6.00, mixed olives.50, chicken liver parfait pickled cabbage.50, homemade salted nuts GF .50, the Scran Scallie veggie crisps GF .50, chips garlic mayonnaise GF .00.Pretty good crowd too and a constant stream of classic rock kept the dance floor full.Much fun was had with the blow up air guitars and a surprise blow up microphone supplied by Granary friend Sooty (bottom picture left).Granareunited 29 - Club closed 25 years ago a nniversary night Not only one of the biggest crowds ever (bless you all) but also the BBC were there recording for a radio documentary about the Granary Glory days.Al Read was suffering from a strained back and had to spend the night seat bound but promises to to up and active for our next reunion on 18th December 2016.Ade and Adrian followed the classic rock rule book by selecting only the best of classic rock. After anoperation to replace the hip joint and several weeks recovery Al is said tobe looking forward to the next Granareunited gig but insists that handbags will be banned.A" from Dee Teedious on the Facebook Granary page the following morning said Bloody great night chaps, great crowd, great choons, see you next time, Cheers!Granary reunion nights are usually held on the Sunday evening prior to a Bank Holiday Monday but on this occasion the original date would have coincided with the England versus West Indies cricket clash at the Gloucestershire cricket ground which is just around the corner.Sunday 12th April 2009, perhaps it was the publicity surrounding the BBC TV Inside Out feature which gave us one of our biggest audiences to was extremely careful and survived the event without falling, tripping or crowd surfing without a crowd.His surprise was added to when a celebration cake arrived which had an edible Adrian figure at the DJ decks on top.Visit Our Sister Restaurants, follow.Ade the First and Adrian Coleman played some of their favourite tracks whilst Al Read reminded all that the Granary book had nearly sold out with less than 20 copies remaining.The Lion was packed and the place rocked in true Granary Rock Disco style.The crowd do some rocking before returning to the bar for more Newcastle Brown.The Lou Reed track Perfect Day ended a perfect night! Five of the seven Granary DJs who featured at the club between 19 were present at the event.Great sets from the Granary DJs Super-Ed, Ade the First and Adrian the Coal Man with Al interrupting to offer some awful jokes and some classic Granary tracks.Every one was treated to a Granary Key Ring asa momento and the Granary DJs did their stuff and provided one and allwith a night to remember.This one was as good as the last and it gives us plenty of reasons to carry on giving Bristol the chance to really indulge in some good old fashioned rocking every now and then.
A trip to hospital the next day revealed that Al had sustained a broken wrist, five broken ribs and a punctured lung - show biz in arf tuff!
All four Granary DJs worked together on a great set of classics that kept the dance floor full of happy Gran Fans.