London Bull and Gate 1995 (gig)

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Muse show
Venue The Bull and Gate[1][2]
Date February 1995[1]
Location London[1]
Country United Kingdom
Songs Unknown
Support -[source?]
Supported Tribute to Nothing, The Few[2]
Start (UTC) Unknown
Capacity Unknown
Price Free[source?]
Sold out? Unknown

While we know this gig was in 1995, it is uncertain as to whether it was as listed—that is in February—on the muse-official gig database.[source?] Lockjaw Records manager Jack Turner recalled in 1995 that there were at least three gigs between 1995 and 1997 in the Bull and Gate.[2]

Muse's manager at the time, Phil Korthals, asked Tribute to Nothing for a support slot in London, after having supported Tribute to Nothing earlier in Exeter. Tribute to Nothing obliged and the gig became the first Muse played outside of Devon.[2]

To ensure they had an audience,[source?] Muse paid for transport for themselves and their friends via coach from Exeter.[2] Jack Turner described the pub as having been "packed" during Muse's performance.[2] Also supporting was mod band "The Few", who performed between Muse and headliners Tribute to Nothing.[2]


  1. a b c (2002-04-13). [1995 tour archive]. Dark Shines. Retrieved 2011-04-25 from
  2. a b c d e f g Jack Turner. (2008-06-06). [E-mail concerning the Bull and Gate 1995 gig]. Retrieved 2008-06-06. [verify]

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