VINTAGE ROCK MAGAZINE OFFER!


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Ace Cafe London have teamed up with Vintage Rock magazine to bring you a special trial subscription offer

Vintage Rock magazine celebrates a time when music really did change the world – 45s, youth culture and the odd thrusting pelvis! The magazine chronicles all the stellar artists and their music, the legacy of those early pioneers – and why it still endures.

Spanning the dawn of the 50s to early Beatles (pre Eastern mysticism!), Vintage Rock covers a time of Mods and Rockers, crinoline skirts and blue jeans, rock star movies and screaming-girl concerts. This special magazine rejoices in the music and verve of Elvis, The Shadows, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent and a host more, and speaks to a contemporary audience that relishes the vitality and flair of the era. Six issues per year are published.

Try out the magazine and get it delivered direct to your door at this fantastic price. The normal cover price is £5.99 but you can get 3 issues for just £3! If the magazine isn’t for you, then simply cancel your Direct Debit (Continuous Credit Card for overseas), and no further payments will be taken. If you decide to continue with the subscription you will continue to save 25% off the normal shop price, paying every 3 issues (6 months).

3 for £3 (UK)
https://anthem.subscribeonline.co.uk/home/vintage-rock?offerCode=ACE15

3 for €8 (Europe)
https://anthem.subscribeonline.co.uk/home/vintage-rock?offerCode=ACE15

3 for $10 (USA/Canada)
www.imsnews.com/vintagerock-ace15

For more information about Ace Cafe London and what’s on,checl out: www.ace-cafe-london.com

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Hot rod night.


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Hot Rod Night “Wide Open Road” Xmas Special.

Ace Cafe London’s Xmas Hot Rod Night, from 6pm – 11pm, Wednesday 3rd December, celebrates the 60th anniversary of the first recording, in 1954, at the Sun Studios, Memphis, Tennessee, by the now legendary late Johnny Cash. The evening, with DJ’s Bill & Jimmy Guntrip, includes with prizes up for grabs ranging from a pair of tickets to attend the cafe’s forthcoming annual rockin’ New Year’s Eve party night with the band The Shooting Stars and the annual Elvis “Jailhouse Rock” Birthday Party on 10.1.15 with Paul Ansell’s No.9, as well as copies of the recently published “Rockin’ Wheels & Chicks” 2015 calendar and copies of the magazine’s Vintage Rock, UK Rock n’ Roll and Ol’ Skool Rodz!

Spend £5 or more over the counter and receive a raffle ticket. Draw to be held at 10pm.

www.ukrock.net
www.rockinwheelsandchicks.com
www.olskoolrodz.com
www.vintagerockmag.com

For more information about what’s on at the Ace, check out the scrolling calendar at
www.ace-cafe-london.com

Elvis tribute party at the Ace.


For all you lovers of the king, make a date in your diary for the annual big party in north-west London at the café.

See Letter below for details. curtsy of the Ace Cafe London.  

 
Ace Cafe
 

ELVIS Tribute Party Night!

Saturday 10th August
9pm – 2am
Entry £12
Sorry no under 18s
 
Make a date in your diary for our annual Elvis Tribute Party Night with live music from Lee Jackson & The Roomates, plus DJ Adam Grant’s Big Screen Elvis ‘Disco’
 
Free prize draw raffle, just keep hold of your entry ticket to be in with a chance of winning a selection of Elvis CDs courtesy of Vee-Tone Records – Volumes 1,2,3 of “The Memphis Jukebox” that showcases the music from the “King’s” personal Jukebox,  together with copies of Vintage Rock magazine.
 
“The Memphis Jukebox” is a selection of tracks carefully chosen by Vee-Tone to demonstrate the young Elvis Presley’s wide musical tastes, including Blues, Rhythm n ‘ Blues, Rockabilly and Rock n’ Roll.
 
David Gillespie of Vee-Tone Records said; “This is a truly unique and historic collection.  Whilst many of the records individually will have been heard before, together they give a remarkable insight into Elvis’s life and musical influences.  Every time you press “play” to listen to this collection, you are recreating a moment in time, a moment in Elvis’s life when he would press “play” on his personal jukebox in Graceland“.
 
www.veetonerecords.com
www.vintagerockmag.com

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