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Well that was…

another fine night of live music at Shakespeares i think it’s fair to say. Thanks to The Payroll Union, Ash Gray plus Tommy R. Jones and you if you were one of the people there to see them. We certainly enjoyed it a lot.

We’ll be back in the Bard’s Bar on Saturday April 26th with James Apollo, Daniel Whitehouse and Paul Littlewood. You can read full details on that one here.

Next up though we return to The Greystones on Tuesday April 22nd where we’ll be in the company of the Kelley McRae duo, David J. Roch and Richard Kitson. A full preview is here. It looks set to be another great night. We hope you can join us there.

WWP 29.03.14

Pretty sure…

it’s more than safe to say that that was a damned good night at The Greystones last night. Welcome to the World Grassoline‘s Here But Not At Home Vol. 2 EP. Thanks to them and their guests Canyon Family and Tom Baxendale and all who came along too. The EP is sounding very good here, keep an eye on the band’s Facebook page for details of where you can get your copy if you haven’t already.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Greystones on April 22nd when we’re joined by the Kelley McRae duo, on their first UK tour from the US. Support comes from David J. Roch and Richard Kitson. Tickets are just £5 from The Greystones or £5.50 including booking fee here.

Our next show however is at Shakespeares on Saturday March 29th with The Payroll Union, Ash Gray and Tommy R. Jones. You can read all about this fabulous triple bill here. Hopefully we’ll see you there.

WWP 18.03.14

Two…

fantastic sets from two wonderful bands at The Greystones last night. Those that came and saw Chris Mills & The Distant Stars with fine support from Case Hardin would testify to that i’m sure. Thanks to you if you were one of them, and the bands of course.

WagonWheel Presents… will be back at The Greystones on March 18th when Grassoline launch their new EP Here But Not At Home Vol. 2 with guests Canyon Family and Tom Baxendale. Full details can be found here. It promises to be a great night and well worth an evening of your time.

WWP 23.02.14

That’s show one…

of two for this weekend all done. Big thanks to Dave Woodcock & The Dead Alcoholics/Comedians, Joe Solo and Coma Girls. Quite an evening’s entertainment you’ll surely agree if you were one of those there to witness it at Shakespeares last night. Cheers to all who came along.

We return to the Bard’s Bard on March 29th with The Payroll Union, Ash Gray and Tommy R. Jones. You can find all the details here.

This weekend is not all done yet though. It’s back to The Greystones tonight for what promises to be something else very special too. WagonWheel Presents… welcomes Chris Mills & The Distant Stars plus Case Hardin to The Backroom. Details are here, we hope you can join us. You won’t regret it.

WWP 22.02.14

200 up…

WagonWheel Presents… hit its double century at The Greystones last night. Thanks go to The Clench, Bob Collum & A Welfare Mother, Micky Denny and all those who were there to enjoy the fine music they made (especially those that came to listen…).

Show #201 is at Shakespeares on Saturday February 22nd with Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians (this will be a duo show), Joe Solo and Coma Girls. Full details can be found here.

The following day we’re back at The Greystones in the company of Chris Mills & The Distant Stars and Case Hardin. The preview for this show is here.

You can take a listen to what our remaining February shows will sound like here. Advance tickets for all our upcoming shows are available here.

Maybe we’ll see you there.

WWP 08.02.14

 

Two months…

had felt like a very long time since our last show, but Canyon Family, Big Convoy and Dirdsbead brought the good times back to WagonWheel Presents… at Shakespeares last night. Thanks to them and you if you were one of the many people that was there to enjoy it too.

Thankfully it’s now a small matter of less than two weeks until our next show. Joining us as The Greystones on Saturday February 8th for what will be the 200th WagonWheel show are The Clench, Bob Collum and Micky Denny. You can read the full preview for that one here.

We’ll be back at Shakespeares on Febraury 22nd with Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians, Joe Solo and Coma Girls. Details of that one are on the Gigs page along with everything else we currently have lined up for 2014. Maybe we’ll see you at one of those soon.

WWP 25.01.14

 

Well happy 2014. We’ve added our first new shows of the year to our diary. On Tuesday March 18th we’re delighted to have been asked to host Grassoline as they launch their brand new EP Here But Not At Home Vol. 2, the follow up to 2013′s critically acclaimed Volume 1. This show will be at The Greystones.

In May we’re very pleased to be joined by Patrick Sweany who’ll be touring Europe in support of latest record Close To The Floor. This show is on the 12th and will feature support from Roaming Son who’ll be playing an acoustic set. Again this is at The Greystones.

*Edit 13.02.14 – Unfortunately Patrick Sweany has cancelled his touring plans and this show is no longer happening*

Tickets for both shows are available now from http://www.wegottickets.com/wagonwheelpresents They will also be available in person from the venue (between 12 & 6pm) by the end of this week.

On the above link that takes you to our WeGotTickets page, you’ll find our ‘early bird’ offers we’ve been running on three of our forthcoming shows over Christmas. These discounted prices will be available until Friday after which the normal advance rate will apply.

You can also pick up tickets in person on any night we’re running a show. Your next chance to do this is at Shakespeares on January 25th when our first show of the year features Canyon Family, Big Convoy and Dirdsbead. You can read all about this one here. Maybe we’ll see you then.

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