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Snakeskin Shoe Review

Snakeskin Shoe Review
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Snakeskin Shoe Review came together with one clear goal in mind. To hang around in Stevie's Man Cave garage conversion watching Vintage TV and drinking tea. They are THAT Rock and Roll! From a handful of hastily put together easy cover songs they began to develop our own material - quirky and undefinable.
Bathgate's Regal Theatre is their spiritual home. The whole idea to form a band stemmed from a music club that James Kerr ran from a small back room in the venue, Initially a two weekly informal get together based on a loose theme where like minded music fans could come together, discuss a topic and play a few songs. In an attempt to build the membership a little the regulars in the club got together in the first instance to do a set of individual performances, this worked well and the following year they did it again but this time decided to do a few songs as an informal group, the next step after that was to do a full band performance in the theatre. Still relying on a set entirely made up of songs that they had all covered in the club. This went down surprisingly well. They were well and truly bitten by the bug to have a proper band so next time out they went all out for a mixed set of covers and original material.
From there it was a natural short step to build on the songwriting talent in the band and work up the material into a CD. The arrival of Peter on keyboards helped facilitate this once he had a good home recording setup - within a few months they had our debut album; 'Criticism' recorded, pressed and printed and in their sticky mitts.
They also decided to get out and about so they've been playing a number of local venues.
There are seven in the band though they've played a number of gigs with a smaller setup - having four singers, three Bass players and three guitarists means that they have multiple combinations. Anyone who been to their live gigs will be aware of the onstage game of 'pass the bass'.


James Kerr - Vocals - Bass
Stevie (Professor) Dunn - Vocals - Acoustic Guitar
Rodger Moffet - Guitar - Bass
Louise Ware - Vocals
Gemma Pepper - Vocals
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