guerrilla gig

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guerrilla gig

n
an impromptu musical performance in an unlikely public space, such as an underground train or on the roof of a building, organized by text-message communication between the band and its fans
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The Welsh singer asked if any Liverpool venue would let her perform a "guerilla gig".
Not one to be outdone, the Cardiff singer - who'd already travelled from the Welsh capital to Merseyside -- took to Twitter asking any venues if they'd like to play host to her band for what she called a "guerilla gig".
Not one to be outdone, the Cardiff singer - who'd already travelled from the Welsh capital to Merseyside with her Pop Dungeon show - took to Twitter asking any venues if they'd like to play host to Charlotte and her band for what she called a "guerilla gig".
They have both attended haute couture events in Paris and during the city's fashion week last year, Doherty performed a "guerilla gig" on Avenue Montaigne off the Champs Elysees to celebrate the opening of a new Joseph store.
Guillemots feature in the opening edition of BBC3's new live pop show, Guerilla Gig Live, tomorrow night (11pm).
So keep your eyes peeled - they're likely to pop up somewhere for a guerilla gig ahead of the scheduled show.
The musos, who signed a six figure deal with Mercury last year, are doing a special guerilla gig on the Royal Concert Hall steps in Glasgow today at 4pm.
BEN Griffith performed a "little guerilla gig" outside Glasgow's Brel before his show this week.
BOB FISCHER, presenter of Radio Tees' twice weekly Gobstopper show, will keep us informed of the goings on behind the scenes of Gobstopper, from his playing bass with John Power of Cast to convincing Kid Harpoon to play a guerilla gig at the Riverside Stadium before last Saturday's game against Reading.
Crosbie added McCartney, 76, often does "guerilla gigs" and added: "He came back to me and said Vicar Street is top of the list for the next one."
The Knees Up Mother Brown/ Albion romanticism runs through their songs and their fanbase grew from guerilla gigs around the English capital - which makes recording their third album in Thailand a strange choice.
We do these quite a lot, what we call guerilla gigs, every couple of weeks in a secret location and play acoustically.