Sheffield artist Martin Bedford has created a fresh new batch of posters for several of our upcoming shows as you can see below. Click here to take a look at Martin’s website, or if you find yourself in town then you can see much more of Martin’s work at Eten Cafe (next to the Cathedral) where there’s an exhibition of his poster art on until November 1st. You can find more details of the exhibition here.

Tickets for the below and all WagonWheel Presents… shows are available from http://www.wegottickets.com/wagonwheelpresents and for all shows at The Greystones are also available from the venue between 12 & 6pm. More details for all upcoming dates can be found by clicking here.


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That wasn’t…

a bad way to spend a Saturday night, was it? An evening of fine music from The Listeners, Mat Wale, Anytown and Huw Costin. Big thanks to all of them and all who came along to Shakespeares last night too. We certainly enjoyed it a lot.

Our next show sees us back in the Bard’s Bar on Saturday September 27th when we’re joined by Matt Andersen and M&J Blues for what promises to be another special night. A full preview for this show can be found by clicking here. We hope you can join us then.

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Just the one…

show for August, but it was pretty good fun for those that made it out to Shakespeares on Thursday night i think? Thanks to you if you were there and of course to Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians, Chris Murphy & Boxer Genius and J. Tilley.

September will see us make two visits to the Bard’s Bar, starting one week today on Saturday 6th with The Listeners, Mat Wale, Anytown and Huw Costin. You can find full details for that one by clicking here. And WagonWheel Presents… will be back in out usual last Saturday of the month slot on the 27th when we’re joined by Matt Andersen and M&J Blues. The preview for that one is here.

Maybe we’ll see some of you then?

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Well it already feels like an age since our Tramlines show at the end of last month. The good news is we’ve lots to look forward to for the rest of 2014 including some cracking new shows. Recent additions include Otis Gibbs at Shakespeares on October 21st following on from a mighty triple bill of Roaming Son, Stiv Cantarelli & The Silent Strangers and Tsar Nicholas III & The Exiles at the same venue on the 14th of the same month.

It’s a while still until WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Greystones, but when we do it will be more than worth the wait as we’ll be in the company of Rod Picott on October 16th. And after opening for and backing Rod on his last UK tour, Wild Ponies join us for their own headline show in The Backroom on November 20th.

November will also see dates at Shakespeares for Canyon Family and The Fargo Railroad Co, before the 29th of that month when we look to recreate what proved to be a very special night last year with Boss Caine, Dave Woodcock, Joe Solo and Richard Kitson.

There’s a duo of shows to come in September in the Bard’s Bar. Saturday 27th sees the eagerly awaited return of Matt Andersen with support from M&J Blues. Preceding that on Saturday 6th there’s a WagonWheel debut for Anytown, who count members of Dead Like Harry among their number. Alongside them will be The Listeners, Mat Wale and Huw Costin.

Before all those though, we have a night of three fine local acts at Shakespeares on Thursday August 28th in the shape of Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians, Chris Murphy & Boxer Genius and J. Tilley of Grassoline playing a solo set. A full preview for this show can be found by clicking here. A full list of confirmed gigs can be found by clicking here.

Advance tickets for all confirmed shows are available from: http://www.wegottickets.com/wagonwheelpresents Prices will always be more on the door.

That won’t be all for this year, and there are shows in the works for 2015 too. Keep an eye on the Gigs page for details.


thanks to all who came out to our Tramlines show at Shakespeares yesterday, especially of course The Lucky Strikes, The Nøse, Mike Hughes, Grassoline, Paul Littlewood, Tomorrow We Sail, David J. Roch, Quiet Loner, Ash Gray, M.G. Boulter, Neil McSweeney, Tom Baxendale and Jacob Fletcher. We enjoyed that a lot.

We’re back in the Bard’s Bar at the end of August. We’ve got a bunch of new shows in the works, details of what has been confirmed so far can be found here on our Gigs page. Maybe we’ll see you at one of them.

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To quote…

Massy Ferguson, Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians “rocked the shit out of it”. And that was only for starters, before Massy Ferguson had The Greystones dancing too. Big thanks to both of them and you if you were there, great fun for a Wednesday night that was certainly enjoyed a lot.

WagonWheel Presents… doesn’t return to The Greystones now until October when we’re delighted to have Rod Picott back with us (swiftly followed by Wild Ponies in November). Details are here.

We’ve plenty happening at Shakespeares before then though, there’s the small matter of our Tramlines all-dayer on Sunday July 27th for starters. A full preview for that which is our next show can be found here. Maybe we’ll see you then?

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but the quality live music shone through all day. Thanks to Boss Caine, Blind River Scare, Dave Sleney, William Barstow and Colin Mounsey, plus all the lovely people who came out to listen in Shakespeares beer garden yesterday, especially those that braved it until the end.

We’re back there on Sunday July 27th for Tramlines with this.

Our next show is this Wednesday July 2nd though when we return to The Greystones where WagonWheel presents… live from Seattle, USA, Massy Ferguson with support from Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians. You can find a full preview for that one here. Maybe we’ll see you then?

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