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Adding to the very British line-up, The Temperance Movement will get the main stage crowd warmed up with hits including Midnight Black and Only Friend.
But in the 19th Century the temperance movement, backed by local gentry, was fighting against the drunkenness, gambling and fighting that they believed was caused by the drink, thus many of the beerhouses closed.
Don't look for anything from British blues-rock band The Temperance Movement in the UK singles charts.
Florida six-piece Thomas Wynn and The Believers are in town next week to support British rockers The Temperance Movement.
RETRO rockers The Temperance Movement were named after the 19th century abstinence drive as a way of reminding their singer to do things differently.
All change Reaction to Balfron's reputation for 'moonshine' was strong support for the temperance movement
Around the passing of the 18th Amendment, the American Temperance movement began spreading the rumor that alcohol consumption killed our precious brain cells.
The temperance movement of the late 1800s was reflected not only in local politics, but also showed up in the names of children.
Emeli Sande, Nina Nesbitt, Tom Walker, Lewis Capaldi, Hipsway, Temperance Movement it was hard to keep track as one huge act followed another, with awards mingled between them.
The Temperance Movement, Playhouse Whitley Bay Fuelled by Whitley Bay's finest fish and chips and roared on by an exuberant Mouth of the Tyne Festival crowd, The Temperance Movement added yet another landmark show to their list of North East triumphs.
Mouth of the Tyne: The Temperance Movement Based in London and Glasgow, the five-piece band features front man Phil Campbell, bassist Nick Fyffe, guitarists Paul Sayer and Matt White, and drummer Damon Wilson.
Some blamed Scottish whisky distilleries, eager to remove competition; others cited the "chapel building mania" in Wales with its temperance movement - the distillery's granite stones were used by Methodists to mend the walls of Tal-y-bont chapel.