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The Men They Couldn't HangVerified

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January 28th 2022
After a wait of over 10 years, I finally managed to see TMTCH live. The previous years were blighted with no gigs, missed opportunities, double-bookings & general incompetence on my part! Saturday night was almost scuppered again by my mate not having his Covid passport with him (doesn't have a smartphone - only because he couldn't really be bothered with all that!) so a mad dash to Ilkeston & back by taxi ensued, reaching the Rescue Rooms a little after 8PM. We grabbed a pint at the bar and then found a bit of standing room by a large pillar in the packed room. 8.15 (ish) & on they come & kicked straight into Raising Hell - this set the tone for the evening's entertainment & raised the hairs on the back of my neck. Finally! After so many years of missed opportunities here they were & so was I! The night went by in a blur of beer, cheering & singing (not necessarily in that order!) from which I'm still recovering. They barnstormed through a varied setlist with personal highlights being The Green Fields Of France (a fitting tribute to the dearly missed Cush), Smugglers and The Colours but to be honest, I could count every song as a favourite because they were all just superb. TMTCH are - in my opinion - all about stories, and every song tells a tale wrapped around rousing choruses and soaring melodies which is right up my aural strasse! Main set finished with Ironmasters which left everyone wanting more (& a little hoarse), & more they got with an encore of A Night To Remember and Walkin' Talkin'. Utterly superb - witty banter interspersed with great songs, and out & about round Nottingham just after 10pm! What a fantastic evening's entertainment & the best £20 (+ booking fee) ever spent. I'm hoping they'll come round again soon & if they do, I'll be there (as will my mate - now definitely a TMTCH fan; previously TMTCH curious ;-)), I just hope it won't take another 10 years!
Nottingham, United Kingdom@Rescue Rooms
Nick
January 24th 2022
Good venue (although tricky to find through a bar, out a door and in again!) Great band. Very emotional since given the passing of Stefan Cush. Love them.
Nottingham, United Kingdom@Rescue Rooms
Andrew
December 7th 2019
Brilliant gig. Love the venue. Thought I'd miss Borderline but Nells was great
London, United Kingdom@Nells
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About The Men They Couldn't Hang
The Men They Couldn't Hang came together in 1984 to perform at the alternative music festival in Camden town alongside the legendary Pogues and the Boot Hill Foot-Tappers...
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Genres:
Folk-punk, Acoustic, Folk-rock, Folk
Hometown:
London, United Kingdom

Live Photos of The Men They Couldn't Hang
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Latest Post
The Men They Couldn't Hang
10 months ago
Check out our upcoming events! https://bnds.us/gmwxo5
Fan Reviews
January 28th 2022
After a wait of over 10 years, I finally managed to see TMTCH live. The previous years were blighted with no gigs, missed opportunities, double-bookings & general incompetence on my part! Saturday night was almost scuppered again by my mate not having his Covid passport with him (doesn't have a smartphone - only because he couldn't really be bothered with all that!) so a mad dash to Ilkeston & back by taxi ensued, reaching the Rescue Rooms a little after 8PM. We grabbed a pint at the bar and then found a bit of standing room by a large pillar in the packed room. 8.15 (ish) & on they come & kicked straight into Raising Hell - this set the tone for the evening's entertainment & raised the hairs on the back of my neck. Finally! After so many years of missed opportunities here they were & so was I! The night went by in a blur of beer, cheering & singing (not necessarily in that order!) from which I'm still recovering. They barnstormed through a varied setlist with personal highlights being The Green Fields Of France (a fitting tribute to the dearly missed Cush), Smugglers and The Colours but to be honest, I could count every song as a favourite because they were all just superb. TMTCH are - in my opinion - all about stories, and every song tells a tale wrapped around rousing choruses and soaring melodies which is right up my aural strasse! Main set finished with Ironmasters which left everyone wanting more (& a little hoarse), & more they got with an encore of A Night To Remember and Walkin' Talkin'. Utterly superb - witty banter interspersed with great songs, and out & about round Nottingham just after 10pm! What a fantastic evening's entertainment & the best £20 (+ booking fee) ever spent. I'm hoping they'll come round again soon & if they do, I'll be there (as will my mate - now definitely a TMTCH fan; previously TMTCH curious ;-)), I just hope it won't take another 10 years!
Nottingham, United Kingdom@Rescue Rooms
Nick
January 24th 2022
Good venue (although tricky to find through a bar, out a door and in again!) Great band. Very emotional since given the passing of Stefan Cush. Love them.
Nottingham, United Kingdom@Rescue Rooms
Andrew
December 7th 2019
Brilliant gig. Love the venue. Thought I'd miss Borderline but Nells was great
London, United Kingdom@Nells
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About The Men They Couldn't Hang
The Men They Couldn't Hang came together in 1984 to perform at the alternative music festival in Camden town alongside the legendary Pogues and the Boot Hill Foot-Tappers...
Read More
Genres:
Folk-punk, Acoustic, Folk-rock, Folk
Hometown:
London, United Kingdom

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