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that some people don’t grow up to be boxers, and instead take to writing songs about welding and the like. Thanks to everybody that joined us for another fantastic night in the company of Mr Rod Picott at The Greystones last night, and for a fine opening set from Matt of Walton Hesse.

We return to The Backroom on Sunday October 2nd when we welcome another Nashville resident, Otis Gibbs. Support for this show comes from Franc Cinelli. Tickets are on sale here.

Before then though WagonWheel Presents… resumes our last Saturday of the month show at Shakespeares on September 24th. Joining us this month will be Mat Wale & Friends, Idiot Son and Far From Franca. You can find the full preview for this show here. See you then maybe?

WWP 04.09.16

it was all going off on Friday night as Richard Kitson launched his brand new album In Your Own Time with us at The Greystones. The night began with King Quentin opening the show before Richard and an array of guests entertained a near full house. A wonderful time indeed, the record is on sale now.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Greystones on Sunday September 4th when we’re looking forward to the highly anticipated return of Rod Picott. Support comes from Walton Hesse (Matt plays a solo set). Full details for this show can be found here, we hope you can join us then.

WWP 19.08.16

always make for a good night. That was certainly the case yesterday in the mighty fine company of Curtis Eller’s American Circus who put on a typically wonderful show. Big thanks to Curtis & the family, those lovely Silver Darlings and every body who came along and filled The Greystones.

WagonWheel Presents… is back in The Backroom on Friday August 19th when The Yorkshire Bluesman Richard Kitson launches his brand new album In Your Own Time. Opening the show will be King Quentin to add to what already promises to be another special night. You can find a full preview and ticket details for this show here. Who’s coming?

WWP 03.08.16

 

a bad way to spend a Sunday, was it? Thanks to everybody that came out to our Tramlines show at Shakespeares yesterday. Was nice to see lots of faces around for most (and some for all) of the day. We’re pretty sure you all enjoyed it as much as we did. Big thanks of course as well to The Fargo Railroad Co., Stoney, The Payroll Union, Paul McClure, Walton Hesse, Tom Baxendale, Coma Girls, Boss Caine, The Ragged Edge, David Venn, The Clench, Bob Collum, The Sea Whores and Roaming Son for the fine entertainment. 2017 would have a lot to follow…

WagonWheel Presents… regular shows are here all year round though and we return to The Greystones on Wednesday August 3rd in the company of Curtis Eller’s American Circus. Those lovely Silver Darlings will be along to open the show too. You can find full details here. Maybe we’ll see you then too?

WWP Tramlines Gig Photo

Roundabit…

and back again, a wonderful return to The Greystones for Wild Ponies last night after a typically fine opening spot from Mat Wale & Friends. Thanks to both bands and all who came along to enjoy them with us.

Next in The Backroom we welcome Curtis Eller’s American Circus plus The Silver Darlings on Wednesday August 3rd. Tickets are on sale here.

We’ll be at Shakespeares before then though for our Tramlines show on Sunday July 24th. 14 acts over 2 stages and all free entry, keep on eye on the Facebook event for updates. See you there?

WWP 29.06.16

 

Some things don’t change, like a quality pairing of Massy Ferguson and Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians. Big thanks to them and those who braved the dark new world to enjoy some fine music with us on a Friday night at The Greystones.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Backroom this coming Wednesday June 29th in the company of Wild Ponies. Mat Wale & Friends open the show, full details of which you can find by clicking here. We hope you can join us there.

WWP 24.06.16

would suggest things that come in threes are more satisfying, so last night’s trio of trios at Shakespeares must have been doubly so for those that joined us in The Bard’s Bar. Big thanks to them plus not least Ash Gray & Couch Fire, Rule Of Thirds (until Friday known as The Kitson Trio), and Chris Murphy & Boxer Genius.

Next for WagonWheel Presents… at Shakespeares will be our Tramlines show on Sunday July 24th, details of which you can find here.

Before then though we’re back at The Greystones twice in June. On Friday June 24th we’ll be in the company of Massy Ferguson and Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians, before Wednesday June 29th sees the return of Wild Ponies with Mat Wale & Friends. You can read the full previews for these shows here and here. Maybe we’ll see you at one of them?

WWP 28.05.16