Come join us at the Gibraltar Garrison Library for this exclusive event. Ticket price includes drinks and delicious tapas! Music plays a huge part of many of our lives and recorded music in particular has become a soundtrack to our busy daily routines. We run, we work, we drive, we party, recorded music is most commonly listened to within the context of another activity. It has become increasingly rare that we consume albums in their entirety in one sitting and do just that, just sit, listen and enjoy, the music being the central focus. Classic Vinyl Playback brings music and vinyl lovers in Gibraltar together to listen to a classic album on vinyl, through high quality equipment, in its entirety in a unique setting and as close as possible to the way in which the artist intended. --- After years simmering beneath the surface of mainstream tastes, Fleetwood Mac finally hit the big time in late 1975. The British blues group, which had been around since 1967 and through various lineup changes since then, recruited a pair of California singer-songwriters for its 10th, self-titled album, and everything almost suddenly changed for them. Thanks to Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood finally scored a No. 1 album, a string of Top 40 hits and a massive tour that helped make them one of the biggest rising bands in the world. And things were about to get a whole lot bigger. Behind the scenes of all this success, Fleetwood Mac were in a state of disarray — nothing really new for them. But the wrinkles were new this time, as the band’s two couples — Buckingham and Nicks, and the McVies — fell apart. Tensions were high as the three chief songwriters — Buckingham, Nicks and Christine McVie — channelled their aggressions, frustrations and hurt into their new songs. The result was one of the era’s all-time greatest albums, and a landmark breakup record: Rumours, which was released on Feb. 4, 1977.
On the 25th of November, Vulgarythm is coming out of hiding one more time. This time, it's going to be special. Vulgarythm will do a marathon set of varied music, all night long and, with the help of you guys, hopefully a lot of funds will be raised for Clubhouse Gibraltar. People who suffer from mental illness need suitable, structured support, outside of the medical environment and that's where Clubhouse can really make a difference! Clubhouse Gibraltar provides a work-based programme where individuals with a history of mental illness can develop to their full potential. Through Clubhouse, a restorative environment is provided that gives it's members the opportunities to rejoin the world of friendships, family, employment, education and to also to access the services and support they may individually need. They are a community of people who are working together towards a common goal, where it's members participate in their own recovery process through working and socialising together in a safe and nurturing environment. So come on down to Rock on the Rock Club on the 25th of November and enjoy a night of major bass business, while also doing some good for the mental health issues in Gibraltar. Mental health is a serious thing and we all know or have heard of people who suffer from mental illness. Come and support #clubhousegibraltar and help raise funds as well as #mentalhealthawareness . I thank you guys in advance and hope to see you all there to not just have a great night with all the banging tunes I will work for 2 months to provide, but I also hope to see you there in support of such a worthy cause. For more information on Clubhouse Gibraltar, feel free to visit clubhousegibraltar.com