Bad news from The Coast:
Argyle Cobblers Limited, the holding company for The Economy Shoe Shop, The Marquee and The Seahorse Tavern has filed for creditor protection under the terms of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.
The application with the bankruptcy court in Halifax, signed by Argyle Cobblers owner Victor Syperek, list debts totaling $555,107 owed on 89 accounts. The largest debt is unpaid taxes of $170,797. Other creditors include restaurant suppliers M&S Food Service ($86,457), Big Eric’s ($11,350) and British Butcher ($3,542.) The Coast is owed $10,721.
Addition:Full creditor protection filing can be found here.
Buy Skratch Bastid‘s latest mix CD, Satisfaction Guaranteed or save $5 if you also pick up a copy of his last mix, Get Up! in a special combo deal.
Bastid will be playing the Marquee Club‘s last NYE party ever.
You can stream Satisfaction Guaranteed here.
Two unmissable shows next month:
NORTH of AMERICA – THE MARQUEE, HALIFAX, NS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23 w/ The Just Barelys
Tickets: $10/adv $12/door
NORTH of AMERICA – NORTH STREET CHURCH, HALIFAX, NS
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28 w/ Dog Day
These shows will not only mark a reunion of the band but will feature all five members of NORTH of AMERICA including original guitarist and founding member J. LaPointe. The back catalogue will be heavily mined.
Pick up advance tickets from ticketpro.