Damo Suzuki This is an extra special night for The Continental. They are welcoming back Damo Suzuki, a musician of truly legendary international status, marking ten years since the Preston music venue came into being with an opening night performance by Damo himself. Damo is best known for his stint as frontman with Krautrock stalwarts Can, singing on their landmark albums ‘Tago Mago’, ‘Ege Bamyasi’ and ‘Future Days’.


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The Mekons The Mekons are a musical institution. Starting off as an arty punk band with attitude at Leeds University in the 1970s, they’ve evolved over the years as a politically and socially-aware collective of musicians expanding out of the punk genre into folk, country, dub and all sorts. They decamped to the USA in the 1990s and have, as they say, a large cult following including one Will Oldham (aka Bonnie Prince Billy). However, tonight we’re privileged to witness one of only a few reunion gigs being performed by the original 1977-9 line-up of drummer Jon Langford, guitarists Kevin Lycett and Tom Greenhalgh and singers Mark White and Andy Corrigan.


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