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Raging Speedhorn at Southampton Joiners

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Raging Speedhorn are an English heavy metal band from Corby, Northamptonshire, consisting of singers John Loughlin and Frank Regan, guitarists James Palmer and Jamie Thompson, bassist Dave Thompson, and drummer Gordon Morrison.

Raging Speedhorn will be performing 1 event in Southampton on Monday 27th January 2020 at the Joiners.

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Mon Jan 27 2020    (Change Date) Southampton, UK UK
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Venue Information - Southampton Joiners

Joiners 141 St Mary Street, Southampton SO14 1NS
Telephone: 02380225612
Venue Capacity: 150
The Joiners, aka The Joiners Arms, is a live music venue and pub based on St Mary Street. An great place to have a drink and an intimate place to watch live music (it's capacity is just 150), it has been visited by some of the best bands that have toured the UK - names like the Arctic Monkeys, Green Day, Coldplay, The Vaccines, Kasabian, Oasis, Panic! at the Disco, and Muse have graced its stage since it opened back in the late 60's.