dogshow

dogshow

(ˈdɒɡʃəʊ)
n
a competitive exhibition of dogs
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Featuring: All We Are, The Tea Street Band, Dogshow, Sugarmen Spring King, Natalie McCool, When I Am King, Moats Strange, Collective Pink, and much, much more.
It's a delicious guest spot for comedian Fred Willard, who you might recognise as the dogshow commentator from the movie Best In Show.
The world's largest dogshow Crufts saw the launch of the "Paws on the Moors" audio weblog on the internet.
As with any concert, the best-laid plans can be derailed by competing events or unforseen circumstances, whether it's a dogshow or a rainstorm, and an event planned for 20,000 can become one with 3,000 attendees.
``The underlying problem is that the dogshow fraternity is breeding German shepherds for looks, not brains.
"I dreamed I was a dog in a dogshow," goes one speech, "and my father was there, and he saw me and said, 'I like that dog.'" So like a postmodern Kate Smith, she sings "God Bless America" emphasizing the quotation marks.
Featuring: All We Are, The Tea Street Band, Dogshow, Sugarmen Spring King, Natalie McCool, When I Am King, Moats Strange, Collective Pink, and much, much more The Kazimier, 4-5, Wolstenholme Square, 0151 324 1723, Sat, Aug 8 Circus - Yousef DJ, Lewis Boardman DJ, Scott Lewis DJ The Shipping Forecast, 15, Slater St, 0151 709 6901, Sat, Aug 8, PS10.00 Bear Growls Resident DJ brings his shaggy locks and repertoire of disco classics, new grooves and few curve balls to the Liverpool Bar.
Later, Kazimier's in-house band techno duo Dogshow will perform a one-off performance spectacle.
To close the Art Academy in the dead of night the Kazimier's very own Dogshow will amaze and enthral with their Invisible Wind Factory.
Across the park the It's Liverpool stage saw sets from city bands The Wild Eyes, Merki, Bonnacons of Doom, The Loud, GhostChant, Ady Suleiman, All We Are and Dogshow.
The line-up includes The Bonnacons Of Doom, Dogshow and Liverpool-based avantsoul pop trio, All We Are, who are tipped to be one of the city's biggest new bands following their appearance at Liverpool Sound City 2013.
On Saturday some of the city''s hottest new bands such as All We Are, The Bonnacons Of Doom, Dogshow, GhostChant, The Loud, Merki, Ady Suleiman and The Wild Eyes will perform at the Sefton parks stage.