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Let the music play: tribute to Dave Mauler


A musical evening to celebrate the life of popular Dave Mauler will take place next month.

Dave Mauler sadly passed away just before Christmas. Born and raised in Stroud, he promoted bands and singers such as John Otway and the Senseless Things to perform at the now sadly defunct Marshall Rooms in the 1980s. He continued to play in many bands, collaborations and performances and only performed his last gig at Chalfest last year. 

Dave was often described as a musical legend. His unique style of guitar playing and ear for melody stood him out above his peers: his distinctive lyrics still stand up today, some of which recently appeared on the front cover of Good On Paper’s February edition, Stroud’s very own arts magazine. 

The evening at the Prince Albert on March 23rd will be a celebration of the bands he loved and played in, and songs that he wrote and composed. Sets on the night will include music from his final musical staging post, The Lost Submarines; legendary 90s punk rockers Titanic; and the infamous Ronald Rim Ram and the Rim Ram Rammers, alongside other songs he wrote and from bands and song-writers he loved. His friends want to share the amazing life of Dave who was well loved, his melodic legacy and to celebrate a musical life well-lived. Music starts at 8.00pm so you are advised to not be fashionably late as Dave often was. Donations and merchandise on sale for the evening will all go to the Music Venue Trust.

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