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Published on 28 November 2017
Event date: 17/04/2018 19:00 Export event
These six young hipsters from Newcastle Upon Tyne play a foot stompin’ blend of early 20th century American music. With razor-sharp solos, great arrangements and original songs, they hark back to a golden age whilst staying perfectly modern. Frontman Rob Heron is a crazy fool for country music and a full time dandy-cowboy. His songs are full of character, satire and good old fashion hollerin’. Expect themes of debauchery, disasters, drink and debt. An eclectic mix of Hokum Blues, Ragtime, Western Swing, Gypsy Jazz, Cajun & Country Roots.
Tickets are available online.
This is a seated show
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Available at OFS & Online
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