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  • Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    From the other post, Three Stags Heads, Wardlow Mires, Peak District – say hello from me and don’t be a ****.

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fL3E8FRxiw[/video]
    from the above pub

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    Following on from the sad songs nominate your favourite pub for a pint,a man and a guitar.
    For me its The Queen Head in Icklesham Sussex and I’d be seeing Tom Palmer.

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    Good one! Ginger from the Wildhearts, playing… Ah, anywhere really. Since it’s my fantasy, the Tap o’Lauriston.

    mightymule
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    The Bridge Inn, Grinton, Swaledale.

    On guitar would be Gary Moore.

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    The long since demised Frog & Frigate in southampton. Had some great nights crammed in there, hanging on to the ceiling to stop from falling off the tables. 8)

    Happy nights

    john_drummer
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    was in Dublin the other week, The Bleeding Horse pub had some nice acoustic acts on. not too much choice of ales but this is Dublin, the Guinness is good

    athgray
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    [video]http://m.youtube.com/results?q=bronach%20clachaig&oq=bronach%20clachaig&gs_l=youtube-reduced.3…3867.21346.0.22558.36.23.13.0.0.0.226.2119.18j4j1.23.0…0.0…1ac.1.5.youtube-reduced.r1vOOrN5AV4#/watch?v=MfZvXrN3gKc[/video]
    Had a few good nights in here after a days climbing in Glencoe.

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    The Crown in Portpatrick. Here’s my uncle from the folk festival a couple of years ago

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uCSjpzY1dI[/video]

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