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COMEDIAN LENDS SUPPORT TO TOP ROCK BAND


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n Abbots Langley comedian and his band The Space Cowboys had a rocking time


supporting multi-million selling group The Foo Fighters at a recent event. Dean Courtney, 35, a former university


lecturer, said: ―It was such an amazing opportunity and we had such a laugh with the guys. ―When I was backstage with Dave Grohl he


asked if I enjoyed the gig and I replied ‗No, you didn‘t play Sweet Child of Mine‘.‖ The gig, held at Dingwalls in Camden last


month, sold out in under a minute with 500 people in attendance. It was the premiere of The Foo Fighters new album and the Space Cowboys were delighted to support the very popular band. Dean added: ―We often play locally and on the


night of the gig we were playing at the Royal Oak till 10pm, before heading to Camden to play with The Foo Fighters.‖ The multi-talented Dean‘s next few months are set to be jam packed with both comedy and


Dean Courtney (right) met Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl.


music. The comedian added: ―I intend to concentrate more on my music and comedy and over the next few months. ―The Space Cowboys will be supporting other


great bands such as Guns and Roses, The Killers and Mumford and Sons. ―I also have a comedy gig lined up at The Swan


on 16 April in support of Children with Cancer and Leukaemia.‖


By Victoria Giglio


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