A Guy Called Gerald Unofficial Web Page: Live / DJ Dates 1998

 
September 1998
 
12 September: Club Child, Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth, England
12 September: A Guy Called Gerald, Club Child, Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth, England

Details

Club Child at The Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth. £15, 9-3am. The first in a series of dance events in aid of the children's charity War Child. Taking place on September 12th with Carl Cox, Billy Nasty, Jon Pleased Wimmin, Dave Angel, Howie B, Adamski, A Guy Called Gerald, Adam F, J Majik, Orbit and Andy C. Profits go to War Child projects including relief in Sudan and Rwanda. Info 0171 R37.9000

 
July 1998
 
25 July: Millenium Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA

Details

Millenium Center, 101 W. Fifth St, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101, USA

Beyond 8, Rabbit In The Moon, & A Guy Called Gerald

From this website:

"Also, speaking of upcoming shows, on July 25 in Winston-Salem (i guess this is only for you folks in the southeast US) is Beyond 8, with Rabbit in the Moon, Mark Farina, and (oooohh.... ahhhhh....) A Guy Called Gerald. Never thought I'd be getting a chance to see him anywhere around here. If anyone (yeah, right) wants any more info, lemme know."

 
April 1998
 
15 April: Interference, Synthesis: From Analogue To Digital, Lux Cinema, Hoxton, London, England
15 April: A Guy Called Gerald, Interference, Synthesis : From Analogue To Digital, Lux Cinema, Hoxton, London, England

Details

London Electronic Arts and The Wire Present:

Interface

Wednesday 15th April 1998 - Synthesis : From Analogue To Digital

Following last month's sell out Theremin Heaaven event, The Wire magazine have arranged another musically themed discussion and demonstration at Buxton Square's Lux Cinema. This time round, it is the synthesiser that is under the spotlight. Helping you separate your 303s from your Pro Ones will be breakbeat pioneer A Guy Called Gerald, best known for his 1988 hit Voodoo Ray, analogue electronica obsessives Add N to X, and music journalist Kodwo Eshun.

- Add N To X (Satellite)
- A Guy Called Gerald (Juice Box)
- Kodwo Eshun (The Wire / i-D / Author: More Brilliant Than The Sun)

The Lux Centre, 2-4 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6NU

Tickets: £6/£3 booking: 0171 684 0201, info: 0171 684 2787

April 15, 8:30pm

 
February 1998
 
14 February: NY Sushi, The Music Factory, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
14 February: A Guy Called Gerald, NY Sushi, The Music Factory, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Details

NY Sushi at The Music Factory, Sheffield. Read the NY Sushi headlines. "All the kids crashed and slaughtered and then pinned down with Jon Stapleton in a Dope On Plastic stylee! Patrick 'Forged' a beautiful partnership with Ross Allen! Alcho nurses and narco doctors operating on some poor unsuspecting chap live on stage ("It's performance art, darling!"). It all goes off up here, you know. January 31st has the entire Flex Recordings posse alongside The Dub Pistols and Barry Ashworth, February 7th The Idjut Boys, Alex Reece, Christopher Bibby from Wildstylz Recordings and TK from Waxploitation, February 14th Freddy Fresh, A Guy Called Gerald, DJ Stay and Alvin V from Wall Of Sound, February 21st DJ Peshay and more to be announced and February 28th Andrew Weatherall and the Athletico crew inlcuding Psychadeliasmith live and The Jeep Beat Collective. Storming.
Info: 01 14 267 1869. Dress code: none, cloakroom: £1, water: £1.50, capacity: 1,500

 
January 1998
 
24 January: NME Brat Awards, Astoria, Charring Cross Road, London, England
24 Jan: A Guy Called Gerald, NME Brat Awards, Astoria, 157 Charring Cross Road, London, England

Details

NME Brat Awards, Astoria, 157 Charring Cross Road, London, England

Finley Quaye, Red Snapper & "15 Minutes Of Holotropic Therapy With A Guy Called Gerald"

Part of the NME London Shows, promoting the Brats Awards.