The Latvian-British rock group Arvīds un Mūrsitēji will play three concerts in Rīga clubs during the first week of October, the band has announced.
The band is scheduled Oct. 4 to play in Austrumu Robeža, Vāgnera iela 8, Rīga. The concert is to be taped by Latvian State Television for its “Siena šķūnis” program.
On Oct. 7, Arvīds un Mūrsitēji will join the band Inokentijs Marpls in concert in the Depo club, Vaļņu ielā 32, Rīga. And on Oct. 8, the band will play the club Casablanca, Smilšu iela 1/3, Rīga.
The band also is scheduled to make an Oct. 3 appearance on the college-oriented FM radio station, Radio Naba. The broadcast can be heard live over the Internet at www.radionaba.lv.
Arvīds un Mūrsitēji includes Raimonds Dāle on guitar, Dāvis Pētersons on drums, Pēteris Pētersons on bass guitar, Aivars Sinka on vocals and Līnīte Zobens-East on guitar, trombone and vocals.
The band is one of the oldest Latvian rock bands outside of Latvia, dating from 1979. The group disbanded in the early 1980s, but reformed in 1989, according to the band’s Web site. The death of 28-year-old guitarist Juris Jostiņš cut short the band’s revival. But in 2002, the band reformed again. Since then, it has played several concerts in the United Kingdom.
For more information about Arvīds un Mūrsitēji, visit the band’s Web site.
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