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Nick Marsh 1962 – 2015

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

It is with tremendously heavy hearts that we must announce that our dear brother Nick Marsh lost his courageous battle with cancer this morning. As you can imagine The Urban Voodoo Machine and it’s entire extended family are deeply saddened and reeling at this sudden and horrible news. Our immediate thoughts go out to Nicks family, most especially his partner Katharine Blake and their daughters Ava and Rosa. A full tribute will follow shortly, in the meantime should you wish to send messages of the support to Katharine and the girls please do so by visiting the Marsh Family Cancer Crisis Fund page at http://www.gofundme.com/marshfamily and perhaps leave a small donation whilst you are there.

The Urban Voodoo Machine
5 June 2015

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Goodnight My Dear

Our new single Goodnight My Dear from the album Love Drink & Death is released on Monday 25th May on Amazon and iTunes. We also have a limited run of CD singles being pressed that can be pre-ordered for the store now. All formats include a brand new recording of The Rolling Stones song Factory Girl. Be sure and check out the video…

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UVM play Simon Says festival in July

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York Show Announced!

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Swansea Show Announced!

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Goodnight My Dear new single release party

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Help The Urban Voodoo Machine celebrate the release of their new single Goodnight My Dear taken from the critically acclaimed, award winning album ‘Love, Drink & Death!’ at Brooklyn Bowl, London on Saturday 30th May. Tickets are available to order online now priced at £9 Advance until 1 May £11 after May and £15 on the door. We’ve got a fantastic supporting bill lined up for you featuring –

Very Special Guests –

THE DUSTAPHONICS
“A fantastic hotchpotch outlining their musical influences which happens to be Rhythm & Blues, 60’s Soul & Garage Rock, instrumental Surf” – Blues & Soul Mag

MAC ABBE ET LE ZOMBI ORCHESTRA (France)
A strange and macabre mix of French Chanson, New Orleans Jazz, Jamaican Ska and Neo-Rockabilly dipped in blood – catch them here live and undead!

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THE DEATH DO US APART DANGER SHOW!
Knife-throwing, sword-swallowing, death-defying stunts and nail-biting acts to feast your eyes and break your heart!

DJ’s: Eugene Butcher – Vive Le Rock Magazine & Miss Manray – Stranger Than Paradise Club

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New show in Liverpool

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Change of venue for Rotherham show

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