SUMMER GIG 16TH JULY 2011, LEGACY HOTEL, MARSHMILLS, PLYMOUTH
What a brilliant night !!
Six Shooter were one of the best bands we have ever seen locally....The band recently made it into the area finals of UK band competition Live and Unsigned 2011 which are being held at Portsmouth Guildhall on 21st May.
"We're thrilled to have made it to the national stage of the competition and pushing to go all the way to the 02 Arena," said Shammy.
They also won by a clear margin in the Torbay Battle of the Bands in May 2010, followed by a finalist spot in the South West of England Battle of the Bands based in Plymouth in September 2010 - and they are now averaging a gig a week.
A lot of effort and hard work went into getting this event to happen and for those who were able to make it, we know they all left after having a great night of music and dancing.
The hotel was very busy and lots of hotel guests made kind donations on the night for the event which we really appreciated.
Staff supporting us at the hotel was faultless with all their help and kept the pints and food coming.
We also were able to meet many new friends who showed an interest in the appeal and we were able to learn some terrific advice from and help from them.
If anyone is ever considering having a band at their gig or event that gets everyone up dancing and having a great time... Then we would definitely endorse and recommend ‘Six Shooter’.
If you would like to contact the band for bookings, call Dave (Shammy) on 07896 786431 or check out their new web site
Taken from an article on the BBC Radio Devon Station on 22nd March 2011, Dave said:
"You know that feeling you have when you leave a brilliant gig, you are full of adrenaline and think that is the best night you've had for a long
"Well that is what I want people to feel when they've been to see us."
That is the ambition of Dave "Shammy" Samuels, drummer in Plymouth band Six Shooter.
Made up of five experienced musicians who joined forces in 2009, Shammy describes the band as performing "old school rock in a professional way”. And that is exactly what they left us feeling on Saturday said Greg Phillips Snowdrop Appeal.
"Summing us up in five words I would say ' classic rock just brand new'."
They have just recorded a self-financed eight track album - Beats Four Aces - in Plymouth, a really "enjoyable and collaborative" experience the whole band enjoyed says Shammy.
The band made up of front man Paddy Baker, lead guitarist Paul Lowther, drummer David 'Shammy' Samuels, bassist Mike Gallagher and lead guitarist Andy Blackmore, Six Shooter have already enjoyed competition success.
Everyone from the Snowdrop Appeal and who attended the gig wish to pass on their sincere gratitude and thanks to the band for a heartwarming, enjoyable and fantastic evening.