CaveMouth support the Blockheads at RAMM
14th September 2016
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The Blockheads, the band behind Ian Dury’s poetic lyrics, are famous for songs such as Hit Me with your Rhythm Stick (1981), What A Waste (1979), Reasons to be Cheerful (Part 3) (1979), and many others. Rarely off the road since the death of Ian Dury in 2000, and with Derek Hussey fronting the band, The Blockheads remain an English institution. Interest in Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, the recent biopic of Ian Dury and the musical Reasons to be Cheerful, has introduced the band to a new audience.
Cave Mouth are described by AXS Contributor, William Harrison, as “a primal lo-fi funk four-piece who sound as though they live on the wilds of Exmoor on a strict diet of roadkill, making music to keep the neighbours away and lure the foxes in. Their gritty original sound blends blues, funk and hip-hop with African-influenced tunes and mind-altering lyrics. They are fronted by Sketchy Lex on filthy guitar and vocals, Wreckless Richie on drums, Ms. Mo on funked-up bass and vocals and Mr. Duncan 'The Hook' Hook on Saxophone. The band have known each other for years having grown up in rural Devon.”
Doors open 7.30pm on Saturday 1 October for Live at RAMM: The Blockheads. Bar, standing only, 11pm finish, £20 tickets are available online For more information contact Rob Mackenzie, Marketing Assistant, on 01392 265317 or or Steve Upsher, Media Relations Officer, on 01392 265103. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) is one of Exeter City Council’s flagship services. RAMM is also supported using public funding by Arts Council England. Stunning displays reveal Devon and Exeter’s rich history and global connections. Exotic animals, birds and insects delight children and a changing programme of exhibitions and events means there is likely to be something different to see on every visit. Free entry gives everyone the freedom to visit many times and to stay any length of time. Awards and standards include Museum of the Year 2012, the Arts Council Designation Scheme, Devon Visitor Attraction of the Year 2012, Collections Trust Best Practice Award 2013, RIBA South West Special Award for Conservation and Building of the Year 2013, the Accreditation Scheme for Museums in the United Kingdom, Inspiring Learning for All, 2012 Silver Tourist Attraction Award in the South West and Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2015. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum &Art Gallery is in Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3RX. Phone 01392 265858. Web: Email: or and  

Free admission. Open 10am to 5pm Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays and bank holidays.

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