Don't Do Tuesdays

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Don't Do Tuesdays - Alternative Pop College Rock Rock Ska Live Act in Bath, UK

Don't Do Tuesdays Short Info

Winners of the Regional Somerset Battle of the Bands in 2003 and 2005 against 16 other bands both years and judged in 2003 by Glastonbury Festival Founder Michael Eavis, who was impressed by the band so much he added an additonal prize of a slot at Glastonbury 2004. Their win in 2006 was judged by the head of South West Music Union and the former manager of pop band A-HA.

At their performance at Glastonbury 2004, good word had spread and talent scouts arrived to view the band, with one company, Exeter based “So there Records” (now defunct) signing the band to a PR contract on the spot. This led to gigs throughout the Southwest and London. One particular show, which was held at what was known as the “three fat fish,” in Exeter, grabbed the attention of Producer Phil Johnstone, who’s credentials include the first two solo albums of Led Zepplins’ Robert Plant, and The Levellers.

DDT then recorded with Phil for a year, who also took the band around country and taught them about the industry. But at the end of 2006 the band took a break for University and other commitments.

The band reunited in 2013 and played a sell out hometown show followed up by a headline slot on one of the stages at Farmfest, where they were received so well that they were invited back in 2014 to headline a new stage for the second time. The band also had the honour of kicking off Godney Gathering in what was called one of the sets of the festival. Don't do Tuesdays have also released their first digital single, the 'crowd pleaser', "Wilma."

Reviews

“Really well produced and kickin ass. A good sounds, kicking drums and great harmonies and brass section.” – Tonetoaster Records (German Label)

“With addictive lyrics, you will find yourself humming to the tunes for days. Not a band easily forgotten” – The Cavern, Exeter

“This is a band with a stage presence second to none” –Michael Eavis

Winners of the Regional Somerset Battle of the Bands in 2003 and 2005 against 16 other bands both years and judged in 2003 by Glastonbury Festival Founder Michael Eavis, who was impressed by the band so much he added an additonal prize of a slot at Glastonbury 2004. Their win in 2006 was judged by the head of South West Music Union and the former manager of pop band A-HA.

At their performance at Glastonbury 2004, good word had spread and talent scouts arrived to view the band, with one company, Exeter based “So there Records” (now defunct) signing the band to a PR contract on the spot. This led to gigs throughout the Southwest and London....

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Past Gigs Don't Do Tuesdays

  • 12 | 2014 Glastonbury Bocabar
  • 09 | 2014 Bristol The Hatchet
  • 08 | 2014 Bruton Farmfest
  • 07 | 2014 Godney Godney Gathering Festival

Discography Don't Do Tuesdays

  • 2013 Wilma Single | Independent

Media

  • Sound Gone But Not Forgotten
  • Sound Wilma Flintstone You Make M...

Fan Radar

391 Fans
1,681 Plays
139 Follower

Origin

  • Bath, UK GB

Members

  • Stefano Fauceglia Vocals, Guitar
  • Timothy Stevens Vocals, Guitar
  • Alvin Hilton Bass
  • Samuel Boughen Drums
  • Jordan Ford/Gavin Morrison Trumpets